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JiBRH IVtOBIliE, Alifl. 

1900h1901. 



MOBILE : 

COMMERCIAL PRINTING CO., PRINTERS AND BINDERS, 
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FOUNDED If* 1830, 



CHARTERED AS A COLLEGE BY THE LEGISLATURE 
OF ALABAMA IN ]836. 



EMPOWERED BY POPE GREGORY XVI TO GRANT 

DEGREES IN PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY 

AUGUST 20th, 1840. 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Rev. WILLIAM J. TYRRELL, S. J., 

PRESIDENT. 

Rev. AUGUSTIN 0. PORTA, S. J. 

Rev. THOMAS D. MADDEN, S. J. 

Rev. THEOBALD W. BUTLER, S. J 

Rev. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J. 






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FACULTY 



Rev. WILLIAM J. TYRRELL, S. J., 

PRESIDENT. 

"Rev. AUGUSTIN 0. POETA, S. J., 

VICE-PRESIDENT. 

Prefect of Studies and Discipline. 
JE^ev. THOMAS D. MADDEN, S. J., 

SECRETARY. 



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yREY. THEOBALD W. BUTLER, S. J. 

CHAPLAIN. 

«4ev. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J., 

TREASURER. 



Ret. JAMES DE POTTER, S. J., 

Lecturer on Christian Doctrine. Professor of Mental Philosophy 
in the Classical Course. Librarian. 

/Mr. ANTHONY L. KUNKEL, S. J., 
Professor of Mathematics, Astronomy, Physics and Chemistry. 

-'Rev. LOUIS E. NIOOLET, S. J., 

Professor of Mental Philosophy in the Commercial Course. 



v/^ev. MICHAEL KENNY, S. J., 
Rhetoric. 

.Rev. LOUIS A. PARIS, S. J., 
Poetry. French. 

^R. EMILE J. BAEHR, S. J., 
First Grammar Class. German. 



R. LEO M. BELLOCQ, S. J., 
Second Grammar Class, Stenography. 

IRev. FRANCIS X. TWELLMEYER, S. J., 

Third Grammar Class. 

VMr. AUGUSTINE E. FIELDS, S. J., 
First Commercial Class. 

L/ilR. ALPHONSE J. YOUNG, S. J., 

Second Commercial Class. French. 



[R. JOHN CLEMENTS, S. J., 
Third Commercial Class. Spanish. 

4*lR. FRANCIS X. FINEGAN, S. J., 
Preparatory Class. Typewriting. 

v^R. PETER P. MCDONNELL, S. J., 

Trigonometry. Geometry. 

UitR. THOMAS F. CLARKE, S. J., 

Algebra. Geometry. 

^EV. ALEXIUS A. MCLAUGHLIN, S. J., 
Spanish. Bookkeeping. 



PREFECTS 



Rev. LOUIS B. NICOLET, S. J. 
Mr. AUGUSTINE E. FIELDS, S. J. 
Mr. THOMAS F. CLARKE, S. J. 

Mr. peter p. McDonnell, s. j. 



ASSISTANT PREFECTS. 



Mr. EMILE J. BAEHR, S. J. 
Mr. ALPHONSE J. YOUNG, S. J. 



Mr. AUGUST STAUB, ") 

[ Professors of Music. 
Mr. ANGELO SUFFIOH, ) 

-"MB. PAUL BOUDOUSQUIE, 
Professor of Drawing and Caligraphy. 

(ft. M. MASTIN, M. D., 

Attending Physician. 



Prospectus. 



PKING HILL COLLEGE is built on a rising ground, five 
miles distant from Mobile and elevated one hundred and 
fifty feet above the sea-level. It enjoys a constantly 
refreshing breeze, which renders its situation both agreeable 
and healthy. The surrounding woods afford the most pleasant 
summer walks. A never-failing spring at the foot of the hill, 
and within the college grounds, furnishes an abundant and 
lasting supply of water to a beautiful lake where the students 
may safely enjoy the beneficial exercise of swimming. Long 
experience has proved that, owing to its position, the College 
is entirely exempt from those diseases which prevail at certain 
seasons in the South. 

The College was incorporated in 1836 by the Legislature 
of Alabama, with all the rights and privileges of a university, 
and empowered in 1840 by Pope Gregory XVI. to grant de- 
grees in Philosophy and Theology. 

The Directors of the Institution are members of the So- 
ciety of Jesus, which, from its origin, has devoted itself to the 
education of youth. They will endeavor to show themselves 
deserving of the confidence reposed in them by evincing on all 
occasions a paternal solicitude for the health and comfort of 
those entrusted to their charge, by sparing no pains to pro- 
mote their advancement, and by keeping a careful and active 
watch over their conduct. The exercise of their authority 
will be mild, without being remiss, in enforcing that strict dis- 
cipline and good order so essential for the proper culture of 
both mind and heart. By this two-fold education, which is 
based upon Religion and Morality, they will exert all their 



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energies not only to adorn the minds of their pupils with use- 
ful knowledge, but also to instil into their hearts solid virtue 
and a practical love of the duties which they will have to dis- 
charge in after life. 

The public worship of the Institution is that of the Cath- 
olic Religion. However, pupils of other denominations are re- 
ceived, provided that, for the sake of order and uniformity, 
they are willing to conform to the exterior exercises of worship. 

The plan of instruction is established on a large scale, and 
is calculated to suit not only the wants, but also the progress of 
society. It consists of three principal courses, under the 
names of Preparatory, Commercial and Classical. 

I. The Preparatory Course is intended to last one year, 
and embraces Spelling, Writing, the elements of English Gram- 
mar, History, Geography, Arithmetic, and Christian Doctrine, 
so as to fit the younger students for a higher class in either 
the Commercial or Classical Course. 

II. The Commercial Course is intended to last four 
years. First Year. — Corresponding to the first year of the 
Classical Course, Latin and Greek excepted. Second Year. — 
Corresponding to the second and third years of the Classical 
Course, Latin and Greek excepted. Third Year. — Correspond- 
ing to the fourth year of the Classical Course, Latin and Greek 
excepted. To the ordinary branches of the Classical Course 
is added an Elementary Course of Natural Philosophy. Fourth 
Year. — Corresponding to the fifth and sixth jears of the Clas- 
sical Course, Latin and Greek excepted. 

III. The Classical Course is intended to last six years, 
as follows : First Year. — Inferior Grammar Class. Second 
Year. — Middle Grammar Class. Third Year. — Superior Gram- 
mar Class. To these classes belong a graduated teaching of 
the Latin, Greek and English Grammars, with corresponding 
oral and written exercises, and easy essays in Composition, 
besides Penmanship, Bookkeeping, History, Geography, Arith- 
metic, Algebra, Declamation and Christian Doctrine. Fourth 
Year. — Poetry Class. Fifth Year. — Rhetoric Class. In these 
classes, besides Latin and Greek, special attention is paid to 
Analysis and to Descriptive, Narrative, Poetical and Oratorical 



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Composition; also to Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Sur- 
veying, Analytical Geometry, and to the evidences of Relig- 
ion. Sixth Year. — Philosophy. This class embraces the study 
of Logic, Metaphysics and Ethics, which are taught in Latin; 
also Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Astronomy, Higher Mathe- 
matics and the evidences of Religion. At the end of this course 
the degree of A. B. is conferred on such as are, on examina- 
tion, found deserving of the honor. A second year of Philos- 
ophy at the college, attended with success, or a two years' prac- 
tice in a learned profession, will entitle to the degree of A. M. 

Although these three courses embrace, respectively, one, 
four and six years, still the period may be protracted, no stu- 
dent being allowed to pass into a higher class unless he has 
undergone a successful examination at the end of the academic 
year. No promotion takes place in consequence of the exami- 
nation at the end of the first term, except in behalf of uncom- 
mon talent and application. 

French, German, Spanish, form separate courses, are op- 
tional, and are taught without extra charge. 

The age of admission is from nine to fifteen years. It is 
required that the pupils know previously how to read and write. 

Any one coming from another school or college must ex- 
hibit satisfactory testimonials from the directors of the same 
and subject himself to an examination, which will determine 
what class he has to enter. 

Towards the end of each term a report is sent to the parents 
or guardians, stating the condition of health, conduct, applica- 
tion, progress, rank in class, together with the result of the 
semi-annual examination. Every month, marks of merit or de- 
merit are publicly proclaimed, sanctioned by reward or penalty. 

Leave of absence will not be granted to the students ex- 
cept for reasons deemed imperative by the President of the 
College. 

The correspondence of the students is subject to the in- 
spection of the Vice-President. 

All books must be submitted to the inspection of the Vice- 
President before they can be allowed circulation in the College. 
The use of tobacco is not permitted. No boxes containing pro- 



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visions are allowed to be sent to the students except during 
the Christmas holidays. 

The necessary outfit for each student comprises at least 
two suits of clothes, one overcoat, two pairs of shoes, two hats 
or caps, six shirts, six undershirts, three night-shirts, twelve 
collars, six pairs of drawers, twelve pairs of socks, twelve 
handkerchiefs, six neckties, six towels, two bath towels, six 
napkins, a goblet, a knife, a fork, a spoon, brushes, combs and 
other toilet requisites. 

All articles of clothing must be marked with the student's 
name in full ; the other articles must be marked at least with 
his initials. 

In regard to visits, the following regulations are earnestly 
recommended to the attention of parents, as they intimately 
concern the advancement of the students and the good order 
of the College: 

1st. The time for visiting those students whose parents 
live in Mobile, or vicinity, is on Sundays and Thursdays from 
1 to 5 p. m. in winter, and from 3 to 6 p. m. in summer. 

2d. Students from Mobile who have obtained satisfactory 
marks for conduct and application are allowed to visit the 
city on the first Thursday of each month. The other students, 
whose parents live at a greater distance, are not allowed to go 
to the city, except when visited on holidays by their parents 
or guardians, and accompanied by them. 

3rd. All visitors, even parents, should avoid as much as 
possible withdrawing the pupils from class or study. 

TERMS. 

PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 

Entrance Fee, first year only $ 10 00 

Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and Bedding, per annum 300 00 . 

Medical Fees, per annum 10 00 

Students of the Philosophy Class and of the first Com- 
mercial Class pay $10 for the philosophical apparatus and sup- 
ply of chemicals. Graduation fees, $10. 



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EXTRA CHARGES. 

Drawing, per month $ 5 00 

Piano, per month 8 00 

For use of Piano . - 1 00 

Violin or Flute, per month 8 00 

Vocal Music, per month 4 00 

Brass Instrument, per month 8 00 

Stenography, per month 2 00 

Typewriting, per month 2 00 

Vacation at College for students too distant from home 80 00 

N. B. — 1 : No deduction is made for any absence less 
than a month, and when made it is only for board and tuition. 
2: Books and stationery are furnished by the College at the 
expense of the parents. 3: No advance is made by the Col- 
lege for Books, Clothing, Travelling, Dentistry, Pocket Money, 
etc., beyond the deposit left with the Treasurer. Therefore, 
parents who desire the College to furnish their sons with any 
article must, besides the paying of charges, advance a certain 
sum for the purpose, and renew it when exhausted. All pocket 
money should be deposited with the Treasurer, and the quan- 
tity to be allowed specified — for instance, 25 cents per week. 
4: When, at the end of the session, the students are to be sent 
home, all accounts must have been previously settled and the 
travelling expenses forwarded, if the balance on deposit should 
be insufficient. 

For further information apply to the 

Rev. W. J. TYRRELL, S. J., President. 



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Course of Studies 



FOR THE 



Degree of Bachelor of Arts, 



PHlLtOSOPHV Oil RSS. 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Eeligious In- 
struction. Lectures. 
Logic and Metaphysics — Jouin's Prselectiones Philosophise. 

Lectures by the Professor. 
Ethics — Jouin's Elementa Philosophise Moralis. Lectures by 

the Professor. 
Mathematics — Mechanics. Geometrical Optics. Elements of 

Differential and Integral Calculus. 
Astronomy — Newcomb and Holden's Astronomy. Lectures 

by the Professor. 
Natural Philosophy — Avery's Natural Philosophy. Lectures 

by the Professor. 
Chemistry — Avery's Chemistry. Lectures on Inorganic and 

Organic Chemistry. 

^HETO^IC CliflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Schouppe's Course of Eeligious Instruc- 
tion. Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Cicero — Pro Ligario, Pro Milone, Pro Marcello, Pro 
Lege Manilia. Horace — Odes, Epodes, Satires and 
Epistles. Tacitus — Annals. 

Greek — Demosthenes — De Corona, Philippics. St. John 
Chrysostom — Eutropius Sophocles — (Edipus Tyrannus, 
Antigone. iEschylus — Prometheus Bound. 



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English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition. Analysis of the 

Masterpieces of American and British Orators. Analysis 

of the speeches in Milton's Paradise Lost. 
Mathematics — Solid Geometry. Trigonometry, Place and 

Spherical. Surveying. Analytical Geometry. 
History — Modern History, from the Crusades to the present 

epoch. 
Geography — Mitchell's Ancient completed. 
Elocution — Once a week. 

POETRY CLiflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part III. 

Practical Instructions. 
Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Prosody. Cicero — In Yerrem, Pro 

Archia Poeta. Livy. Virgil's iEneid — Books I and II ; 

Book V, Description of the Public Games; Book IX, Nisus 

and Euryalus. Horace — Odes, Ars Poetica. 
Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Dialects, Prosody. Homer's Iliad. 

Euripides — Iphigenia in Aulis, Hecuba. 
English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Ehetoric. 

Murray's Lessons in English Literature. Shakespeare — 

Julius Ca3sar, Macbeth. Choice Specimens of Lyric, 

Elegiac and Didactic Poetry. 
Mathematics — Algebra reviewed. Plane Geometry. 
History — Modern History, from Augustus to the Crusades. 
Geography — Mitchell's Ancient. 
Book-keeping — Double Entry. 
Elocution — Once a week. 

FIRST GHKWWKH CliflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part II. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax repeated with all the notes, 
etc. Cicero— In Catilinam. Sallust — Catilina, Jugurtha. 
Virgil — Eclogues, I, IV, IX; Georgics. 



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Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax, Accents. Xenophon — 

Anabasis. 
English — Harvey's Grammar — Syntax reviewed. Elements of 

Composition. Goldsmith — Traveller, Deserted Village. 

Gray's Elegy. 
Mathematics — Arithmetic reviewed. Wentworth's School 

Algebra. 
History — Outlines of Ancient History. 
Geography — Sadlier's Excelsior — Asia, Africa, Oceanica. 
Book-keeping — Single Entry. 
Elocution — Once a week. 
Penmanship — Daily practice. 

SECOND G^ANHVIflH CliilSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology repeated with all the 
notes, etc.; Syntax without the notes. Csesar — De Bello 
Gallico. Nepos. Phsedrus. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Contract nouns, adjectives, verbs ; 
tense formations; verbs in mi; deponent verbs, verbal 
adjectives; irregular verbs; adverbs, propositions, con- 
junctions; easier rules of Syntax. Lucian — Dialogues. 

English — Harvey's Grammar. Syntax. Selections from 
Irving's Sketch Book. 

Arithmetic — From percentage to the end. 

Algebra — Wentworth's School Algebra. 

History — Hassard's United States. 

Geography — Sadlier's Excelsior — Central America, South 
America, Europe. 

Elocution — Once a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 

third G^flmmflR CLtflss. 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 
Practical Instructions. 



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Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology without the notes; 

easier rules of syntax. Epitome Historic Sacrae. 

Cicero — Letters. 
Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Nouns, adjectives, regular verbs. 

iEsop's Fables. 
English — Harvey's Grammar. Tales from Shakespeare. 
Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — Decimals, Multiples and 

Measures, Common Fractions, Compound Quantities. 
History — Kerney's United States. 
Geography — Sadlier's Excelsior — North America. 
Elocution — Once a week. 
Penmanship — Daily practice. 



Course of Studies 



IN THE 



Commercial Classes. 



superior comme^cmii cliass. 

Evidences of Religion— Sch.ou\>j)e 7 s Course of Eeligious In- 
structions. Lectures. 

Logic and Metaphysics — Coppens' Logic and Mental Philoso- 
phy. Lectures by the Professor. 

Ethics — Coppens' Moral Philosophy. Lectures by the Pro- 
fessor. 



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English — Ooppens' Oratorical Composition. Analysis of the 

Masterpieces of American and British Orators. Analysis 

of the speeches in Milton's Paradise Lost. 
Mathematics —Solid Geometry. Trigonometry, Plane and 

Spherical. Surveying. Analytical Geometry. Mechanics. 
Astronomy — Newcomb and Holden's Astronomy. Lectures by 

the Professor. 
Natural Philosophy — Avery's Natural Philosophy. Lectures 

by the Professor. 

pi^ST COMME^CmLt CLiflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Parts II and 

ill. Practical Instructions. 
English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Ehetoric. 

Murray's Lessons in English Literature. Shakespeare — 

Julius Caesar, Macbeth. Choice Specimens of Lyric, 

Elegiac and Didactic Poetry. 
Mathematics — Arithmetic reviewed. Algebra completed. 

Plane Geometry. 
Natural Philosophy — Avery's Elements. Lectures by the 

Professor. 
Chemistry — Avery's Elements. Lectures by the Professor. 
History — Outlines of Ancient and Modern History. 

Geography Sadlier's Excelsior — Asia, Africa, Oceanica. 

Boole-keeping — Double Entry. 
Elocution — Once a week. 



second commEt^cmii ciimss. 

Christine Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. Prac- 
tical Instructions. 

English — Harvey's Grammar — Syntax, Elements of Composi- 
tion. Selections from Irving's Sketch Book. Goldsmith 
— Traveller, Deserted Village. 



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THE GOLD MEDAL 



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EXCELLENCE IN HISTORY 



WAS MERITED BY 



JOSEPH M. WALSH. 



NEXT IN MERIT 



JAMES A ALFORD. JOSHUA J. BROWN, 



DONOR; 



Rev. PAUL FAGET, S. J., 



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FOR 



EXCELLENCE 



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(JUNIOR DIVISION) 



WAS MERITED BY 



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DONOR: 

A FRIEND OF EDUCATION, 
Mobile, Ala. 



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MORAL PHILOSOPHY 



WAS MERITED BY 



TISDALE J. TOUART. 



SUBJECT 



CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. 



DONOR 



Rev. THOMAS P. OASSIDY, 
Warrington, Fla. 



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C. ANDREW LELONG. 



SUBJECT: 



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THE GOLD MEDAL 



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WAS MERITED BY 



MAXIMIN D. TOUART. 



NEXT IN MERIT; 



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THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS 



(FIRST GRADE) 



WAS MERITED BY 



JOHN J. SCHNEIDER. 



NEXT IN MERIT: 



LEON J. LANDRY. JOSHUA J. BROWN. 



DONOR: 



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THOMAS P. NORVILLE. 



NEXT IN MERIT: 

EUGENE V. COSTELLO. VIVIAN McCORMICK. 

JAMES G. RAPIER. 

DONOR: 

Mrs. J. L. DARRAGH, 
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THE GOLD MEDAL 



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EXCELLENCE IN ELOCUTION 



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EDWARD B. DREAPER. 



NEXT IN MERIT : 



ROBERT A. FLAUTT. JOHN H. RYAN, 



JOHN J. SCHNEIDER. 



DONOR: 



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Mathematics — Went worth's Arithmetic — From Percentage to 
the end. Wentworth's Algebra, to Equations of the 
Second Degree. 

History — Hassard's United States. 

Geography — Sadlier's Excelsior — Central America, South 
America, Europe. 

Book-keeping — Single Entry. 

Elocution — Once a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 

THI^-D COmmE^CIAIi CLiflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 

Practical Instructions. 
English — Kerney's Grammar and Exercises. Gilmour's 

Fourth Reader. 
Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — Decimals, Multiples, 

Common Fractions and Compound Quantities. 
History — Kerney's United States. 
Geography — Sadlier's Excelsior — North America. 
Elocution — Once a week. 
Penmanship — Daily practice. 



Preparatory Coarse of Studies. 



Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 

Practical Instructions. 
English — Kerney's Grammar — Etymology. Gilmour's Third 

Reader. Creery's Speller. 
Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic. 
History — Gilmour's Bible History. 
Geography — Sadlier's Primary. 
Penmanship — Daily practice. 



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THESES 
PROPUGNANDAE AD GRADUM A. B 

— IN— 

Collegio Sti Joseph! Spring Hill, 

DIE 16 JUNII, 1901. 



EX LOGIOA. 

1. Veritas logica turn simplici appreliensioni, turn judicio 
inest. 

2. Falsitas logica non simplici apprehensioni, sed soli judicio 
inest. 

3. Scepticismus sive ut factum sive ut doctrina absurdus 
est. 

4. Oerta est existentia corporum a nobis distinctorum. 

5. Auctoritas testimonii humani potest gignere certitu- 
dinem. 

6. Ratiocinio potest comparari cognitio nova et certa. 

7. Neque divina revelatio, neque consensus est criterium 
veritatis. 

8. Neque caecus instinctus naturae, neque testimoDium 
conscientiae est supremum criterium veritatis. 

9. Bvidentia objectiva est supremum criterium veritatis. 

EX ONTOLOGIA. 

1. Notio entis est simplicissima et communissima. 

2. Notio entis ut sic contrahitur ad inferiora non per com- 
positionem metaphysicam sed per compositionem logicam. 



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3. Ultima ratio omnia possibilitatis intrinsecae est sola 
divina essentia. 

4. Oonceptus substantiae est objective realis. 

5. Non repugnat quaedam accidentia existere sine sub- 
jecto. 

6. Principium causalitatis est absolute certum. 

EX COSMOLOGIA. 

1. Mundus a Deo creatus est. 

2. Mundus non est absolute optimus, sed relative. 

3. Miracula sunt possibilia et cognoscibilia. 

EX PSYCHOLOGIA. . 

1. Existit in homine principium vitale quod anima vocatur. 

2. Anima humana est essentialiter et quantitative simplex 
et spiritualis. 

3. Anima humana est natura sua immortalis, et in perpe- 
tuum vivet. 

4. Homo in multis actionibus praeditus est libertate. 

EX THEOLOGIA NATURALT. 

1. "Deum existere", est propositio immediate evidens quoad 
se, sed non quoad nos. 

2. Existentia Dei demonstratur argumentis metaphysicis, 
physicis et moralibus. 

3. Deus est ens perfectissimum, simplicissimum, omnipo- 
tens, aeternum. 

4. Deus providentia sua res omnes gubernat. 

EX ETHIOA. 

1. Finis ultimus naturalis hominis est perfecta beatitudo 
naturalis. 

2. Objectum beatitudinis humanae necessarium et de se 
sufficiens est Deus. 

3. Sunt actiones per se et natura sua honestae vel in- 
honestae. 



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4. Existit lex naturalis, cujus generaliora praecepta igno- 
rari nequeunt ab nomine habente usum expeditum rationis. 

5. Homo actionibus suis potest mereri apud Deum. 

6. Homo lege naturali obligatur ad cultum Dei turn inter- 
num turn externum. 

7. Mendacium, suicidium et duellum prohibentur lege 
naturali. 

8. Jus acquirendi proprietatem generatim spectatum est 
jus naturale. 

9. Homo natura sua inducitur ad vitam in societate cum 
aliis degendam. 

10. Auctoritas civilis gaudet potestate legislativa, execu- 
tiva et judiciaria. 

11. Auctoritas civilis habet jus atrociora quaedam crimina 
plectendi paena capitis necnon jus belli gerendi. 



CANDID ATI : 

Brooks, A. F. McCarty, G. S. 

Lelong, 0. A. Eyan, J. H. 

TOTJART, T. J. 



Problems 



Proposed at the Competitive Examination fop the 
Gold ^VLedal in the Seienees. 



1. — What is the distance between two small bodies charged 
respectively with 75 and 68 units of electricity, which 
repel one another with a force of 8.4 dynes in air? 

2.— A pebble is dropped into a well, and, after 6* seconds, the 
splash is heard. If the velocity of sound under the cir- 
cumstances is 1152 feet per second, what is the distance 
passed over by the pebble before reaching the surface 
of the water? 

3. — A 13-inch steel projectile weighing 1100 lbs. was fired at 
the walls of Morro Castle, Santiago. A charge of 550 
lbs. of powder gave it a muzzle velocity of 2100 ft. per 
second. If all the energy were converted into heat, 
what amount of ice at — 10° C. could be converted into 
steam at 302° F. by the heat produced by the concus- 
sion? The resistance of the air is to be neglected. 

4. — Hydrogen is generated from K and H 2 How many 
grams of KCIO3 must be used to produce the oxygen 
needed to combine with all the hydrogen generated by 
7.8 grams of potassium ! 

5. — A cylindrical tower 100 ft. high has an external diameter 
of 20 ft. The walls are 24 in. thick. If a constant in- 
flow keeps the tower full, in how long a time will the 
outflow through a 6 in. pipe, 10 feet from the bottom, be 
equal to the contents of the tower ? 



22 

Catalogue of Students. 

^Adamson, Paul R..k'. Baltimore, Md. 

v4illoud, Alphonse Merida, Yucatan. 

iAlford, Jambs AV»- Arbroth, La. ^ 

^Alsina, John New Orleans, La.^ 

^lsina, Victor Barcelona, Spain. 

•Anton, Richard Havana, Cuba. 

^Badeaux, Henry A....™ Lockport, La.^ 

-Becker, Vernon C.k^ Mt. Vernon, Ala. 

IBlanchette, Clyde Beaumont, Tex. 

^Blotjin, Francis Rkl Bayou Lafourche, La.- 

J^Blouin, Louis J)^^i Bayou Lafourche, La>' 

pBordenave, Paul Ot>^...y New Orleans, La.V^ 

^Boudousquie, John AvxC Mobile, Ala. 

vBoudreaux, Dennis Qk£.. Houma, La./ 

I^oylan, Theobald^. Montgomery, Ala. 

Brooks, Adolph F.W Baton Rouge, La.t 

\ Brown, Joshua J\s? Glencoe, La. ^ 

-Burguieres, Ernest A. New Orleans, La." 

vBurguieres, Henry A. I New Orleans, La.* 

UJaillouet, Ernest J. Houma, La. /* 

^asserly, James C.v/ New Orleans, Lay 

vOhoppin, George A. New Orleans, La.^ 

Clark, Harry A. J Jacksonville, Fla. 

uOlaudet, Henry R. y Lockport, La.t/ 

,y 0oSTELLO, Clarence AV~. Chattanooga, Tenn. 

oOostello, Eugene V. Chattanooga, Teun. 

! Oostello, Raymond J Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Rowley, Loyola T.Vf^ Mobile, Ala. 

^Oowley, Stanislaus P. Mobile, Ala. 

kDavis, Richard P Mobile, Ala. 

vDarragh, Albert M. Franklin, La. 

^Darragh, Leonard C. Franklin, La. 

vDorlon, George A , Mobile, Ala. 

4) reaper, Edward &r Mobile, Ala. 

\Auchamp, Joseph H. >/.. St. Martinville, La. 







23 

vDufilho, Marc J New Orleans, La. \S 

v6.upas, Paul L... Galveston, Tex. 

\/6upont, Emile W.V^» J Houma, La. ' 

vDupre, Ealph : New Orleans, La. 

vSchezabal, Pedro E. Havana, Cuba. 

vJIscalante, Ernesto E. V^ Merida, Yucatan. 

uEsnard, Rene. )**/.. Matanzas, Cuba. 

iJ^aget, Charles P New Orleans, La.' 

v^aget, John New Orleans, La.^ 

kF'aget, Louis E New Orleans, La. 5 ^ 

Flanagan, John T Chicago, 111. 

kE^autt, Eobert A. ...J. New Orleans, La.^ 

i^ossier, Walter S*r. New Orleans, La.!/ 

Frederic, Solomon H Scranton, Miss. 

Garcia, Eaphael GL> .... Caibarien, Cuba. 

vGiuli, Francis k\r..l Mobile, Ala. 

tJoETTE, Clarence \r Donaldson ville, La.*"' 

^uoicoechea, Juan -^ Havana, Cuba. 

-Hale, Theodore PU^. Gulfport, Miss. 

VHill, Walton H ./ Montgomery, Ala. 

^tmel, Alfred •Hi/!... Killona, La. ^ 

^Hymel, David P Killona, La. ^ 

vTngersoll, Lionel St. Louis, Mo. 

vdoHNSTON, Arthur SV^ Jackson, Miss. 

HKearns, P. Leo .^.. Lebanon, Ky. 

^eith, Nestor lAy?. San Jose, Costa Eica. 

^Kenedy, George M Laredo, Tex. 

Kenedy, John G ... Corpus Christi, Tex. 

u&ern, Bennie J**„ Yazoo City, Miss. 

^Kxingman, Eli F ..Houma, La> 

v^lingman, Maurice/E Houma, La.i-^ 

V&.OS, Walter S\T.. Belle Helene, La.*'' 

Janata, Sidney J Biloxi, Miss. 

Landry, Leon J J.. New Iberia, La.t 

^iiARUE, Ferdinand L.)/.. New Orleans, La.K 7 

v£jasseigne, George Aw?f. Laplace, La. V 

vJj^.ughlin, Sidney G New Iberia, La.^ 

vZjELONG, Andrew C..^ New Orleans, La.k/ 






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vMann, Wesley Galveston, Tex. 



^Martinez, John F ..yr.. Belle Helene, La^ 

^KMeininger, Julius C.k^ Galveston, Tex. 

VIVIoncla, Louis Marksville, Laj^^ 

Modeller, Frederic Selma, Ala. 

uftiuRRAY, Harry R Mobile, Ala. 

v<Mc Adam, William Kk^ New York City. 

VyMcOARTY, George S.W: Sandersville, Ga. 

i/&LcCarty, Thomas Y Sandersville, Ga. 

vMcOormick, Vivian Yazoo City, Miss. 

McDonald, Thomas W Mobile, Ala. 

^McDonnell, Owen Mobile, Ala. 

/JicGrath, Thomas J Brookhaven, Miss. 

^McHaedy, George G New Orleans, I/a. ^ 

i^IcHardy, William 0. F New Orleans, La.^ 

^IcNamee, John Bnsley City, Ala. 

vNeely, John Mobile, Ala. 

Nicrosi, John M Montgomery, Ala. 

Norville, Thomas P Mobile, Ala. 

Obias, Amado Havana, Cuba. 

-O'Niell, Herbert E Baldwin, La.v^/ 

<)ry, Daniel J Laplace, La./, 

Ory, Joseph L St. John, La. * 

-Otis, Albert M New Orleans, La/ 

^Otis, Sidney L New Orleans, La. ^ 

vPatout, Gaston R New Iberia, La. 

^Patout, Sidney New Iberia, La.// 

IPfister, Loui#^., New Orleans, La. r 

Powers, Edward J Mobile, Ala. 

\Prejean, George P Donaldsonville, LaX 

vQuintero, Julian P Campeche, Yucatan. 

VJ^uintero, Raphael Campeche, Yucatan. 

\Rapier, James G y^ Mobile, Ala. 

^Benoudet, Joseph A New Iberia, La. 

Reynaud, Osgar Lutcher, La.'/ 

Reynaud, Raoul F Lutcher, La. K 

^foouGON, Adolph Chenal P. O., La.*/ 

vRougon, Arthur Chenal P. O., La.r 



25 
^ougon, Isidore B .^~. Ohenal P. O., La. 



^ougon, Vilas J Ohenal P. O., La. U 

'Rougon, Zachary H ...Ohenal P. O., La. £- 

>Ryan, John HV:. Chicago, 111. 

'Ryan, Joseph M .....Lockport, 111. 

>^yan, Lawrence E Chicago, 111. 

VSaaverio John I 1 Havana, Cuba. 

I^andoz, Robert X/^...^ Opelousas, La 4 ^ 

\^Sarpy, Lestang Y.\S. New Orleans, La. \s 

vSavini, Charles A New Orleans, La. 

^chnaider, Joseph A Guadalajara, Mex. 

fJcHNAiDER, William M Guadalajara, Mex. 

Schneider, John JV^T. Pearl River, La.^ 

^Soott, John G Charlottesville, Va. 

v$htjortje, John J Mobile, Ala. 

Sierra Jose Santiago, Cuba 

^Smith, Herbert R. Franklin, La.<^ 

^MOKEY, Charles H Plaquemine, La. \S 

vSpotswood, Chase W Mobile, Ala. 

IBpotswood, Harry I Mobile, Ala. 

I&riber, Charles A New Orleans, La. 

^Staehle William A ..^ New Orleans, La.<-^" 

^S'tollenwerck, Amasa D\/L ..Greensboro, Ala. 

\^trauss, Berney L Mobile, Ala. 

vSjjllivan, Russell C Pensacola, Fla. 

^ETE, Joseph New Orleans, La/ 

^-Tqtjart, Maximin Dy^- Summerville, Ala. 

WWart, Tisdale J v*L... ..Summerville, Ala. 

^oujan, Sidney H Houma, La. 1 ^ 

M^seta, Ernesto R y:. Orizaba, Mex 

M^illamil, Domingo J^Ly. Havana, Cuba. 

^illamil, Emilio E-.k^T. Havana, Cuba. 

-^illamil, Jose A , Havana, Cuba. 

Villamil, William H.i^ Havana, Cuba. 

^illars, Henry Ay. New Orleans, La.V 

^alsh, Joseph M*/.. Mobile, Ala. / 

M^arren, Rudolph A.. Key West, Fla./ 

VWelsh, Bernard E New Orleans, La.l 



2\Z\°) 



26 

A. M. D. G. 



Societies. 



SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. 



The object of this Society is to cultivate among its mem- 
bers a religious spirit, and the practice of devotion to the 
Mother of God. 

OFFICERS. 

i 
Rev. J. DePotter, S. J Director, 

A. F. Brooks Prefect. 

T. J. Touart First Assistant 

J. H. Ryan Second Assistant. 

G. S. McOarty Secretary. 

H. A. Villars j Sacristans. 

S. Cowley j 



MEMBERS. 



J. A. Alford, 
H. A. Badeaux, 
V. Becker, 
J. L. Blouin, 
P. J. Bordenave, 
D. O. Boudreaux, 
J. J. Brown, 
J. C. Casserly, 



E. B. Dreaper, 
J. H. Duchamp, 
E. E. Escalante, 
C. Goette, 
A. H. Hymel, 
L. J. Landry, 
S. C. Laughlin, 
W. A. McAdam, 



S. L. Otis, 
L. Pflster, 
G. P. Prejean, 
J. A. Renoudet, 
J. B. Rougon, 
R. Sandoz, 
P. L. Sarpy, 
D. J. VillamiL 



27 



SOCIETY OF THE HOLY ANGELS. 



This Society has for its object, to foster among the younger 
students a spirit of filial love for the Blessed Virgin, the Queen 
of Angels, and to encourage them in the practice of virtue and 
piety. 

OFFICERS. 



Rev. 0. M. Widman, S. J Director. 

M. D. Touart Prefect. 

J. M. Walsh First Assistant. 

V. J. Eougon Second Assistant. 

H. E. Murray T Sacristans 

F. A. Giuli j "■: : sacristans. 



MEMBERS. 




J. A. Boudousquie, 


E. A. Burguieres, 


E. J. Caillouet, 


H. A. Clark, 


L. T. Cowley, 


S. H. Frederic, 


W. S. Fossier, 


T. P. Hale, 


D. P. Hymel, 


E. F. Klingman, 


F. L. Larue, 


J. C. Meininger, 


T. Y. McOarty, 


T. W. McDonald, 


T. J. McGrath, 


G. G. McHardy, 


E. J. Powers, 


T. P. Norville, 


I. B. Rougon, 


Z. H. Rougon, 


J. G. Scott, 


R. C. Sullivan, 


E. E. Villamil, 


W. H. Villamil. 



28 



ALTAR BOYS' ASSOCIATION 



This Society is established to add solemnity to Divine 
Worship, and to cherish in the hearts of its members devotion 
to the Blessed Sacrament. 



OFFICERS. 



Mr. L. M. Bellocq, S. J Director. 

M. D. Touart Prefect. 

J. A. Boudousquie Secretary. 

H. R. Murray Censor. 



MEMBERS. 



H. A. Clark, 

E. V. Costello, 

F. A. Giuli, 
T. P. Hale, 

D. P. Hymel, 

E. F. Klingman, 

F. L. Larue, 
T. P. Norville, 
T. Y. McCarty, 



T. W. McDonald, 
G. G. McHardy, 
J. C. Meininger, 
E. J. Powers, 
J. G. Rapier, 
L. E. Ryan, 
J. G. Scott, 
W. H. Villamil, 
J. M. Walsh. 



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LITERARY SOCIETIES. 



The object of these Societies is the cultivation of eloquence 
by means of debates- dramatic readings, and declamations. 

SENIOR. 



First Term. 
Eev. J. DePotter, S. J. 
0. A. Lelong, 
J. H. Eyan, 
T. J. Touart, 



OFFICERS. 

Second Term. 

Eev. J. DePotter, S. J Director. 

T. J. Touart President. 

0. A. Lelong Secretary. 

A. S. Johnston. Censor. 



MEMBERS. 



J. A. Alford, 
A. F. Brooks, 
P. G. Bordenave, 
0. H. Costello, 
E. B. Dreaper, 
P. L. Dupas, 



H. A. Villars. 



JUNIOR. 



E. A. Flautt, 
L. J. Landry, 
G. S. McCarty, 
L. Pfister, 
J. J. Schneider, 
E. H. Smith, 



First Term. 
Eev. L. A. Paris, S. J. 
J. M. Walsh, 
M. D. Touart, 
B. J. Powers, 

J. A. Boudousqui6, 
H. A. Clark, 

E. V. Costello, 

F. A. Giuli, 
F. L. Larue, 



OFFICERS. 

Second Term. 
Eev. L. A. Paris, S. J Director. 

M. D. Touart President. 

J. M. Walsh Secretary. 

E. J. Powers Censor. 

MEMBERS 

H. E. Murray, 
T. P. Norville, 
J. G. Eapier, 
L. E. Eyan, 
W. H. Villamil. 



30 

the SPRING HiLti* ^evmui. 

PUBLISHED BY 

TJlE STUDBJSlTS Op SPt^I^G Jillili COIiliBGE, 

mOBlIiH, RI±R. 



STAFF. 

Mr. A. B. Fields, S. J Moderator. 

T. J. Touart, '01 Editor-in-Chief. 

J. H. Byan, '01 ") 

0. A. Lelong, '01 

M. D. Touart, '03 \- Associate Editors. 

P. L. Dupas, '03 i 

T. P. Norville, '04 J 

A. S. Johnston, '01 \ Athletic Editors 

0. A. Oostello, '02 j Athletic uaitors. 

R.' A." Ftauft, '03. } Business Managers. 

J.' M. wS'03, 2 } Advertising Managers. 

Eemittances, literary contributions and business letters 
should be addressed : 

THE SPRING HILL REVIEW, 

Spring Hill College, 

Mobile, Ala. 



31 



PHILHARMONIC SOCIETIES. 



The object of these Societies is to add solemnity to relig- 
ious and literary festivals, and to give the members an oppor- 
tunity of improving themselves in the practice of instrumental 
music. 

MANDOLIN CLUB. 



Prof. A. Sufflch, 
Prof. A. J. Staub, 
J. A. Boudousquie, 
0. A. Oostello, 
J. C. Faget, 
L. E. Faget, 



P. L. Kearns, 
S. J. Lanata, 
T. Y. McOarty, 
L. Pfister, 
J. G. Rapier, 
Z. H. Rougon, 



M. D. Touart. 
JUNIOR BRASS BAND. 

OFFICERS. 

Mr. L. M. Bellocq, S. J. President. 

Prof. A. Suffich Director. 

M. D. Touart Vice President. 

J. G. Rapier Secretary. 

T. W. McDonald Censor. 

MEMBERS. 



C. Blanchette, 
F. R. Biouin, 

J. A. Boudousquie, 
W. S Fossier, 

D. P. Hymel, 
F. L. Larue, 
T. J. McGrath, 



G. G. McHardy, 
A. M. Otis, 
Z. H. Rougon, 
L. E. Ryan, 
J. G. Scott, 
C. W. Sriber, 
W. H. Villamil. 



32 



COLLEGE ORCHESTRA 



OFFICERS. 



Rev. L. A. Paris, S. J. 
Prof. A. J. Staub. Prof. A. Suffich. 



MEMBERS. 



Mr. E. J. Baehr, S. J., 
P. G. Bordenave, 
J. A. Boudousquie, 
E. B. Dreaper, 
E. E. Escalante, 
J. 0. Faget, 
L. E. Faget, 
A. H. Hymel, 
P. L. Kearns, 
G. M. Kenedy, 



L. Pfister, 
J. G. Rapier, 
J. H. Ryan, 
L. E. Ryan, 
R. Sandoz, 
J. A. Schnaider, 
M. D. Touart, 
T. J. Touart, 

D. J. Villamil, 

E. E. Villamil. 



COLLEGE CHOIR 
OFFICERS. 



Rev. L. A. Paris, S. J Director. 

Prof. A. J. Staub Organist. 



MEMBERS. 



E. B. Dreaper, 
P. L. Dupas, 
A. H. Hymel, 
L. J. Landry, 



T. J. Touart. 



G. S. McOarty, 
L. Pfister, 
J. H. Ryan, 
R. Sandoz, 



3 3 
READING ROOM ASSOCIATIONS. 



These Associations are intended to encourage useful 
reading among the students. During the hours of recreation, 
they can have access to libraries of more than two thousand 
volumes, on various subjects, by the best ancient and modern 
writers. 

SENIOR. 
OFFICERS. 

Mr. A. B. Fields, S. J President. 

A. F. Brooks Vice-President. 

A. S. Johnston , Sec'y and Treas. 

S. P. Cowley, 

.Librarians. 
H. A. Villars, 



I 



J. C. Casserly, 

Censors. 
J. H. Duchamp, 



JUNIOR. 
OFFICERS. 

Mr. T. F. Clarke, S. J President. 

M. D. Touart Vice-President. 

J. M. Walsh Secretary. 

H. R. Murray Treasurer. 

T. W. McDonald, *) 

> Librarians. 

J. V. Rougon, ) 



34 
BILLIARD ROOM ASSOCIATION. 



OFFICERS. 



Mr. A. E. Fields, S. J Director. 

T. J. Touart President. 

J. H. Ryan Sec'y and Treas. 

G. S. McCarty } 

A. D. Stollenwerck, > Censors. 

E. E. Escalante, ) 



SPRING HILL COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS. 

Mr. A. E. Fields, S.J Director. 

J. J. Schneider President. 

J. A. Alford Secretary. 

E. B. Dreaper Censor. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

J. J. Schneider, E. B. Dreaper, 

J. A. Alford, A. D. Stollenwerck, 

G. Prejean. 



GYMNASIUM. 

OFFICERS. 

Mr. A. E. Field?, S. J Moderator. 

J. A. Alford President. 

J. J. Schneider Sec'y and Treas. 

S. Laughlin, ") 

J. Alsina, [■ Censors. 

S. Otis, ) 



35 



Class $oll, 1900-1901 



i/<Bi 



PfiHiOSOPfiY. S>K 

rooks, Adolph F, \AlcCarty, George S. 

L/Lelong, C. Andrew Ryan, John H. 

//Touart, Tisdale J. 

*tflETO$IC. Q ^ ' 

"Dreaper, Edward B. ^McDonnell, Owen, 

t/McAdam, William A. \/Ryan, Joseph M. 

l/Sarpy, P. Lestang. 

POETRY. ° 

^Boudousquie, John A. v Renoudet, Joseph A. 

^ Casserly, James 0. \/T!ouart, Maximin D. 

VCpwley, P. Stanislaus 
^upas, Paul L. 
t'PJautt, Robert A. 
t/Hymel, Alfred H. 
^^Larue, Ferdinand L. 
VMeininger, Julius C. 



VToujan, Sidney H. 
v Villamil, Domingo J. 
l/villamil, BmilioE. 



l/villamil, William H. 
*/ Walsh, Joseph M. 
v Welsh, Bernard E. 

pi^ST G$AJVIJV[A$. fin 

UBlouin, Joseph L. 1/McOormick, Vivian 



(/jlark, Harry A. J. 

(^Costello, Eugene V. 
vXFossier, Walter S. 
^Giuli, Francis A. 

l^Hill, Walton, H 



v/ Murray, Harry R. 
Ulxorville, Thomas P. 
l/Powers, Edward J. 
USchnaider. Joseph A. 
^Scott, John G. 






36 



SBCOfiD GHKyiyLKH- 



% d* 



> Adamson, Paul R. 

J Badeaux, Henry E. 

/Becker, Vernon 0. 

Blouin, Francis R. 
/Burguieres, Ernest A. 

"Ohoppin, George A. 
/Davis, Kichard P. 
/Dorlon, George A. 
[/Faget, Charles P. 
«/Faget, John 0. 



/Frederic, Solomon H. 
l/Kearns, Leo P. 
VLanata, Sidney J. 
^/kcCarty, Thomas Y. 
AjO'Niell, Herbert E. 
\jOtis, Albert M. 
vQry, Joseph L. 
^Rapier, James G. 
vRvan, Lawrence E. 
^Warren, Eudolph A. 



7 



TJ4I$D G$flJV[JV[fl$. 



Burguieres, Henry A. I. 
VOaillouet. Ernest A. 

/Oostello, Raymond J. 

Cowley, Loyola T. 
t/Faget, Louis E. 
\/Hymel, David P. 

^Ingersoll, Lionel 
^ Kern, Bennie J. 

vtasseigne, George A. 

^AlcGrath, Thomas J. 

c/McHardy, George G. 



vMi 



[cNamee, John 

vMann, Wesley 

vOry, Daniel J. 
^/Reynaud, Oscar 

^/feougon, Isidore B. 
t-^aaverio, John I. 

vSchnaider, William M. 

±okey, Charles H. 
.^otswood, Chase W. 
t^riiber, Charles A. 
c (/Sullivan, Russell C. 



\km 



SXJPH^IOH CO^T^LE^CIflli. 



Alford, James A. 
l^ordenave, Paul G. 
MBoylan, Theobald, 
i/Johnston, Arthur S. 
^Laughliu, Sidney C. 



|/Tflister, Louis 
£/Rougon, John B. 
(/Schneider, John J. 
i/smith, R. Herbert, 
tXiUars, Henry A. 



37 



M 



Alsina, John, 
Boudreaux, Dennis O 
jBrown, Joshua J. 
< / Gostello, Clarence A. 
^T).upre, Ealph. 

scalante, Ernest E. 
oette, Clarence, 
ale, Theodore P. 



CO|V[JV[E^Cmii. 

Vfclos, Walter S. 
A^andry, Leon J. 

^Martinez, John F. 

{/ptis, Sidney L. 
v/patout, Sidney, 

* Prejean, George P. 

. Rougon, J. Vilas, 
\/Sandoz, Sidney J. 



s. 



v/Stollenwerck, Amasa D. 



SBCOJSUD 
v<5|audet, Henry R. 
v£)arragh, Albert M. 
I^arragh, Leonard C. 
^Ziuchamp, Joseph H. 
U^lanagan, John T. 
VGoicoechea, Juan, 
vfeenedy, George M. 
\feenedy, John G. 
yfelingman, Eli F. 



McDonald, Thomas W. 
i/Moncla, Louis, 
\/Nicrosi, John M. 
VBeynaud, Raoul F. 
V^ougon, Adolph, 
ORougon, Arthur, 
uRougon, Zachary H. 
V/^avini, Charles A. 
"-^Strauss, Berney L. 



v^ete, Joseph. 

Tfill^D COJTCJVIE^Cmil. 

^/ilueller, Frederick, 
^eely, John, 
/^atout, Gaston R. 
v'SJaugrue, John J. 
^^erra, Jose, 
l^potswood, Harry I 



V /Anton, Richard, 
vBlanchette, Clyde, 
•v^ufilho, Marc J. 
l^upont, Emile, 
t^lingman, Maurice E. 
v^tcHardy, WilliamXl F. 

^Staehle, William A. 

P$EPR$flTO^Y. 
l/C<Ailloud, Alphonse t^eith, Nestor L. 

VvAlsina, Victor vA>bias, Amado 

uEchezabal, Pedro R. )/Quintero, Julian P 

vEsnard, Rene k^uintero, Raphael 

l/Garcia, Raphael O y Vk/ TTreta, Ernesto R. 

v^Villamil, Joseph A. 



38 



R. M. t>. G. 



Seventy-pittst 

AflflUAli CO]VHVIEHCE|VIEflT 

op 

Spring Hill College, 

Thursday, June 20, 1901, 

At 8:30 A. ]«. 



39 



Elma, the Dmid JVIaFtyi^ 



A DRAMA IN THREE ACTS. 



DRAMATIS PERSONS. 

Nort (Druid King) P. G. Bordenave 

Elma (Druid Prince, Son of Febronius) C. N. Blanchette 

Rollo (Druid Military Chief) T. J. Touart 

Oswin (Druid Magician) 0. A. Lelong 

Adulf (Druid Bard) A. S. Johnston 

Febronius (Roman General, Father of Elma) R. A. Flautt 

Statius (Roman Centurion;.... R. H. Smith 

Cbdric, ) f J. C. Casserly 

[ (Druid Officers) \ 

Oscar, J (H. A. Villars 



Lydon, 
Sporus, 
torquatus, , 



f S. L. Otis 
(Roman Officers) •{ C. A. Costello 

LW. A. McAdam 
Druid Guards, Bards, Etc. 



40 

Programme 



Ouvkrture romantique Keler Beld College Orchestra 

Salutatory J. H. Ryan 

ACT I. 

Scene— A Druid Grove. 

Waltz— Immortellen Gungl College Orchestra 

TABLEAU. 

"In this dark hour of grief and fear, 
Thy children's humble prayer hear, 
Great Odin, drive these fears away, 
Oh! Oh ! Drive fears away." 

ACT II. 

Scene — A Roman Camp. 

March — San Toy S. Jones College Orchestra 

TABLEAU. 

"The wisdom of Nori, the right hand of Rollo, 
The Virgins of Sayne can ne'er stem the flood, 

But Elma alone ; 
'Mid the rage of the storm 
Will no one arise to shield thee from harm? " 

ACT III. 

Scene — A Druid Grove. 

Polka — Leichtes Blut Strauss College Orchestra 

TABLEAU. 

"Peace to the memory of the brave, 
Tranquil may their slumbers be, 
Green be the sod above their grave — 
Elma, peace to thee." 

March — Gallant Heroes Sparrow Mandolin Club 

Valedictory C. A. Lelong 



Conferring of Degrees. Award of Medals. 

Distribution of Premiums. 




SENIOR LIBRARY AND GYMNASIUM. 



41 



Argument, 



The Druids are making a last stand against the Romans. 
The Roman General, Febronius, a Christian, had in his youth lived 
among the Druids, where he became the husband of Ida, daughter 
of Nori. their aged King. 

Recalled to Rome, Febronius had left behind him his son 
Elma, like his father, a Christian, and who, on his mother's side, 
was the last of the royal line of the Saronidae. Oswin, a crafty 
Druid magician, aiming at the sovereign power, and finding in 
Elmatho only obstacle to his design, has resolved on his destruc- 
tion. Having discovered that Elma is a Christian, Oswin prevails 
upon Nori to sacrifice him to the irritated gods of the Northland. 
Rollo endeavors in vain to save the boy. During the tumult of 
battle Elma is slain by the emissaries of Oswin, and falls a martyr 
to his faith. 



li. D. S. 



42 



Conferring of Degrees 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



\/FOREST 0. BKAUD, A. B. 

OCTAVE J. A. COIGNET, A. B. 

VALBERT E. FOSSIER, A. B. 

vWILLIAM MULHERIN, A. B., M. D. 



y 



43 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



l/TISDALE J. TOUART, 

uJOHN H. RYAN, 

George s. Mccarty, 

v^ andrew lelong, 

v/ADOLPH #. BROOKS. 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE GRADUATING 
CLASS WERE WON BY 



TISDALE J. TOUART. 



44 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



\4ETHUR S. JOHNSTON, 

v/JAMES A. ALFORD, 

JOHN J. SCHNEIDER, 
J 

MjOUIS pfister, 

VHENRY A. VILLARS, 

v/PAUL G. BORDENAVE, 
*4 HERBERT SMITH, 



}/ &IDNEY 0. LAUGHLIN, 
n^HEOBALD BOYLAN, 
UJTOHN B. ROUGON. 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE COMMERCIAL 
COURSE WERE WON BY 

ARTHUR S. JOHNSTON. 



45 



Acuatfd of pedals. 



THE BISHOP'S MEMORIAL MEDAL 

FOUNDED 



BY THE LATE 



RT. REV. BISHOP O'SULLIVAN, D. D. 



FOR 



EXCELLENCE IN CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 



AND 



ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY 



WAS MERITED BY 



TISDALE J. TOUAET. 



NEXT IN MERIT 



EDWAED B. DEEAPEE. AETHUE S. JOHNSTON. 



46 

THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 



BEST EXAMINATION IN CATECHISM 



WAS MERITED BY 



EUGENE V. OOSTELLO. 



NEXT IN MERIT: 



FRANCIS A. GIULI, THOMAS P. NORVILLE, 



DONOR: 



Rev. AMBROSE FONTAN, S. J., 
Selma, Ala. 



47 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

GOOD CONDUCT* 

IN THE SENIOR DIVISION 

WAS MERITED BY 

JAMES A. ALFORD. 

DONOR: 

Rev. D. BEAUDEQUIN, S. J., 
Mobile, Ala. 

PREMIUM : 

AMASA A. D. STOLLENWEROK. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

George P. Prejean, Leon J. Landry, 

Joshua J. Brown, Clarence Goette, 

Edward B. Dreaper, George S. McCarty, 

John B. Rougon, Bennie J. Kern. 

*The Gold Medals for Good Conduct have been awarded by the votes of the 
students with the approbation of the Faculty. 



48 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

GOOD CONDUCT 

IN THE JUNIOR DIVISION 

WAS MERITED BY 

ISIDORE B. ROUGON. 

DONOR: 

Rev. J. O'SHANAHAN, S. J., 
Augusta, Ga. 

PREMIUM: 

M AXIMIN D. TOUART. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Ernest A. Burguieres, George G. McHardy, 

Joseph M. Walsh, Tbomas P. Norville, 

Francis A. Giuli, Emilio E. Villamil, 

Joseph A. Villamil, Eli F. Klingman. 



59 

THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

Superior Excellence in 

TECHNICAL DRAWING 

(In the Senior Division.) 

WAS MERITED BY 

WALTER S. KLOS. 



NEXT IN MERIT 



ERNESTO E. ESCALANTE. SIDNEY 0. LAUGH LIN. 

ARTHUR S, JOHNSTON. GEORGE S. McCARTY. 

C. ANDREW LELONG. EDWARD B. DREAPER. 



DONOR: 



Mr. JOSEPH T. JONES, 
Gulfport, Miss. 



60 



THE GOLD MEDAL. 



FOR 



Pofieiency in the Use of Instrument 
in the Junior Brass Band. 



WAS MERITED BY 



MAXIMIN D. TOUART. 



NEXT IN MERIT: 



JAMBS Gv RAPIER. JOHN A. BOUDOUSQUIE. 



DONOR 



Dr. ANGELO FESTORAZZI, 
Mobile, Ala. 



61 



Distribution of Premiums. 



Graduating Classes. 



PHILOSOPHY. 



EXCELLENCE. 

PREMIUM : 

TISDALE J. TOUART. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

george s. Mccarty. john h. ryan. 



SUPERIOR COMMERCIAL. 



FIRST PREMIUM: 

ARTHUR S. JOHNSTON. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

JAMES A. ALFORD. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

LOUIS PFISTER. SIDNEY C. LAUGHLIN. 



62 



Classical Course 



RHETORIC. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 



PREMIUM 



Edward B. Dreaper. 



DISTINGUISHED : 



William A. McAdain. 



EXCELLENCE. 



PREMIUM 



Edward B. Dreaper. 



DISTINGUISHED 



P. Lestang Sarpy. 



63 



LATIN. 



PREMIUM 



Edward B. Dreaper. 



DISTINGUISHED 



William A. McAdam. 



GREEK. 



PREMIUM 



P. Lestang Sarpy. 



DISTINGUISHED 



Edward B. Dreaper. 



ENGLISH. 



PREMIUM 



Edward B. Dreaper. 



DISTINGUISHED: 



William A. McAdam. 



64 
MATHEMATICS. 

PREMIUM: 

William A. McAdam. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Edward B. Dreaper. 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

PREMIUM : 

William A. McAdam. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

P. LestaDg Sarpy. 



ELOCUTION. 

PREMIUM : 

EDWARD B. DREAPER. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

WILLIAM A. MCADAM. 



65 

POETRY. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Maximin D. Touart. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Jaines 0. Oasserly. Robert A. Flautt. 

Emilio E. Villamil. 



EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Maximin D. Touart. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Emilio E. Villamil. Ferdinand L. Larue. 



James 0. Oasserly. 



LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Maximin D. Touart. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Robert A. Flautt. Emilio E. Villamil, 

James 0. Oasserly. 



Joseph M. Walsh. 



66 
GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Maximin D. Touart. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

William Villamil. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Emilio E. Villamil. 



Ferdinand L. Larue. 



Robert A. Flautt. 



ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Paul L. Dupas. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

James C. Oasserly. 



Maximin D. Touart. 



Ferdinand L. Larue. 



MATHEMATICS. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Maximin D. Touart. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Alfred H. Hymel. 



James C. Oasserly. 



67 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Maximin D. Touart. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

William Villamil. Eobert A. Flautt. 

Emilio B. Villamil. 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

James 0. Casserly. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Maximin D. Touart. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Joseph M. Walsh. Emilio E. Villamil. 

Julius C. Meininger. 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Maximin D. Touart. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

James C. Casserly. Julius 0. MeiniDger. 

Emilio E. Villamil. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

James C. Casserly. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Eobert A. Flautt. John A. Boudousquie\ 

Maximin D. Touart. 



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FIRST GRAMMAR 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Thomas P. Norville. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

^"Francis A. Giuli. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John G. Scott. J. Louis Blouin. 

Harry E. Murray. 



EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Thomas P. Norville. 

SECOND PREMIUM l 

Francis A. Giuli. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Eugene V. Oostello. John G. Scott. 

Harry R. Murray. 



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LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Thomas P. Norville. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Francis A. Giuli. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Eugene V. Oostello. Vivian McOormick. 

John G. Scott. 

GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Eugene V. Oostello. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Thomas P. Norville. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Francis A. Giuli. John G. Scott. 

Vivian McOormick. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Eugene V. Oostello. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Thomas P. Norville. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Francis A. Giuli. John G. Scott. 

J. Louis Blouin. 

MATHEMATICS. 

first Premium : 
Joseph A. Schnaider. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Thomas P. Norville. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Francis A. Giuli. Vivian McOormick. 

Edward J. Powers. 



70 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Francis A. Giuli. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Thomas P. Norville. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John G. Scott. Eugene V. Oostello. 

J. Louis Blouin. 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Thomas P. Norville. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Francis A. Giuli. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Eugene V. Oostello. Edward J. Powers. 

Walter S. Fossier. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

J. Louis Blouin. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Edward J. Powers. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Francis A. Giuli. Harry R. Murray. 

Thomas P. Norville. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Francis A. Giuli. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Eugene V. Oostello. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Edward J. Powers. Thomas P.*Norville. 

Walter S. Fossier. 



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SECOND GRAMMAR, 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

John 0. Faget. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Henry R. Badeaux. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Vernon 0. Becker. Francis R. Blouin, 

Paul R. Adamson. Herbert E. O'Niell. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Paul E. Adamson. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Ernest A. Burguieres. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Thomas Y. McCarty. Henry E. Badeaux. 

Vernon 0. Becker. John 0. Faget. 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

John 0. Faget. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

James G. Eapier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Thomas Y. McCarty. Paul E. Adamson, 

Herbert E. O'Niell. Ernest A. Burguieres. 






GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

John 0. Faget. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Paul R. Adamson. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Henry R. Badeaux. Ernest A. Burguieres. 

Joseph 0. Ory. Herbert E. O'Niell. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Herbert E. O'Niell. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

James G. Rapier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Paul R. Adamson. Richard P. Davis. 

John 0. Faget. Henry R. Badeaux. 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

George A. Choppin. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

P. Leo Kearns. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

James. G. Rapier. Herbert E. O'Niell. 

Paul R. Adamson. Thomas Y. McOarty. 



73 
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Vernon C. Becker. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Henry R. Badeaux. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Paul R. Adainson. Thomas Y. McOarty. 

John 0. Faget. Solomon H. Frederic. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Charles P. Faget. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Thomas Y. McOarty. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Paul R. Adamson. John C. Faget. 

Solomon H. Frederic. Albert M. Otis. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

John 0. Faget. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Henry R. Badeaux. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Paul R. Adamson. Joseph L. Ory. 

Thomas Y. McOarty. Francis R. Blouin. 



74 

THIRD GRAMMAR. 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

George G. McHardy. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Isidore B. Rougon. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Thomas J. McGratb. Bennie J. Kern. 

Oscar Reynaud. Loyola T. Cowley. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Isidore B. Rougon. 

SECOND PREMIUM ; 

George G. McHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Bennie J. Kern. Russell C. Sullivan. 

Loyola T. Cowley. Louis E. Faget. 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

George G. McHardy. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Isidore B. Rougon. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Bennie J. Kern. Ernest J. Caillouet. 

George A. Lasseigne. Daniel J. Ory. 

GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

George G. McHardy. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Isidore B. Rougon. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

David P. Hymel. Thomas J. McGrath. 

Loyola T. Cowley. Bennie J. Kern. 



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ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Isidore B. Rougon. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

George G. McHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Thomas J. McGrath. Louis E. Faget. 

Eussell 0. Sullivan. Bennie J. Kern. 

ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

George G. McHardy. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

William M. Schnaider. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Russell 0. Sullivan. John McNamee. 

Isidore B. Rougon. Bennie J. Kern. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Isidore B. Rougon. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

George G. McHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Bennie J. Kern. George A. Lasseigne. 

Thomas J. McGrath. Oscar Reynaud. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Raymond J. Oostello. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

George G. McHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Thomas J. McGrath. Bennie J. Kern. 

Russell 0. Sullivan. Isidore B. Rougon. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Louis B. Faget. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

George G. McHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Russell 0. Sullivan. David P. Hymel. 

Oscar Reynaud. Charles H. Smokey. 



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Commercial Course 



FIRST COMMERCIAL. 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joshua J. BrowD. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Clarence Goette. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Theodore P. Hale. Dennis O. Boudreaux. 

Amasa D. Stollenwerck. Robert Sandoz, 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joshua J. Brown. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Leon J. Landry. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Clarence Goette. v Theodore P. Hale. 

Clarence A. Costelio. Amasa D. Stollenwerck. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joshua J. Brown. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Leon J. Landry. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Olarence A. Costelio. Amasa D. Stollenwerck. 

Robert Sandoz. Walter S. Klos. 



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MATHEMATICS. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Joshua J. Brown. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Leon J. Landry. 



DISTINGUISHED 

Clarence Goette. 
Amasa D. Stollenwerck. 



Walter S. Klos. 
Theodore P. Hale. 



NATURAL PHILOSOPHY AND CHEMISTRY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Amasa D. Stollenwerck. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Leon J. Landry. 

DISTINGUISHED; 

Joshua J. Brown. Walter S. Klos. 

Clarence Goette. Ealph Dupre. 



ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Leon J, Landry. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Joshua J. Brown. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Amasa D. Stollenwerck, Walter S. Klos- 

Robert Sandoz. Theodore P. Hale* 



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HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joshua J. Brown. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Clarence Goette. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Ralph Dupre. Amasa D. Stollenwerck. 

Robert Sandoz. Theodore P. Hale. 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Leon J. Landry. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Dennis O. Boudreaux. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joshua J. Brown. Clarence Goette. 

Vilas J. Rougon. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Clarence A. Costello. 

SECOND PEEMIUM : 

Amasa D. Stollenwerck. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John Alsina. Theodore P. Hale. 

Sidney L. Otis. Sidney S. Patout. 



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SECOND COMMERCIAL 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Raoul F. Reynaud. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Louis Moucla. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph H. Duchamp. Arthur Eougon. 

Charles A. Savini. Thomas W. McDonald. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

John T. Flanagan. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Thomas. W. McDonald. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Joseph H. Duchamp. Charles A. Savini. 

Raoul F. Reynaud. Louis Moncla. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Thomas W. McDonald. 

SECOND PEEMIUM : 

John T. Flanagan. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Charles A. Savini. George M. Kenedy. 

John G. Kenedy. Eli F. Klingman. 



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MATHEMATICS. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

John T. Flanagan. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John M. Nicrosi. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Joseph H. Duchamp. Louis Moncla. 

Zachary H. Rougon. Charles A. Savini. 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Louis Moncla. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John T. Flanagan. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John M. Nicrosi. Zachary H. Rougon. 

Arthur Rougon. Charles A. Savini. 



BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM. 

Thomas W. McDonald. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John T. Flanagan. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John M. Nicrosi. Charles A. Savini. 

Louis Moncla. Joseph H. Duchamp. 



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ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Thomas W. McDonald. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

John T. Flanagan. 

DISTINGUISHED ; 

Eaoul F. Reynaud. Charles A. Savini 

Berney L. Strauss. Eli F. Klingman. 



PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

John G. Kenedy. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

John Goicoeehea. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Charles A. Savini. Berney L. Strauss. 

John T. Flanagan. Thomas W. McDonald. 



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THIRD COMMERCIAL, 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Eichard Anton. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

William 0. MeHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Clyde Blanchette. John J. Neely. 



EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

William 0. MeHardy. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Richard Anton. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

William A. Staehle. Clyde Blanchette. 



ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Richard Anton. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

William C. MeHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Marc J. Dufilho. Clyde Blanchette. 



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ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

William C. McHardy. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

William A. Staehle. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Richard Anton. Marc J. Dufilho. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Richard Anton. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

William C. McHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

William A. Staehle. Clyde Blanchette. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Marc J. Dufilho. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

John J. Neely. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Clyde Blanchette. Wm. A. Staehle. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Marc J. Dufilho. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Richard Anton. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Bmile W. Dupont. Clyde Blanchette. 



f 



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PREPARATORY. 



t 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Nestor L, Keith. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Joseph A, Villamil. 



DISTINGUISHED: 

Ernest E. Ureta. Julian P. Quintero. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joseph ^A. VJllamiL 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Nestor L. Keith. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Ernest E. Ureta. Julian P. Quintero. 



ENGLISH GRAMMAR. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Nestor L. Keith. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Ernest B. Ureta. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Joseph A. Villamil. Julian P. Quintero. 



i 



Eaphael G. Garcia. 



85 
ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Ernest R. Ureta. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Nestor L. Keith. 

DISTINGUISHED: 



Joseph A. Villamil, 



ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joseph A. Villamil. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Alphonse Ailloud. 

DISTINGUISHED : 



Nestor L. Keith, 



Bene Esnard. 



SPELLING. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joseph A. Villamil. 

SECOND PEEMIUM : 

Nestor L. Keith. 

DISTINGUISHED : 



Ernest R. Ureta. 



Raphael R. Garcia. 



PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Nestor L. Keith. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Ernest R. Ureta. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Raphael G. Garcia. Joseph A. Villamil. 



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JJLodevn Languages 



FRENCH. 



FIRST CLASS. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Ferdinand L. Larue. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Robert A. Flautt. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

P. Lestang Sarpy. Robert Sandoz. 



SECOND CLASS. 

FIRST PREMIUM ; 

Isidore B. Rougon. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Josbua J. Brown. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Oscar Reynaud. George A. Lasseigne. 

Walter S. Fossier. 



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GERMAN. 



PREMIUM: 

Walter S. Klos. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

William A. Staehle. 



SPANISH. 



FIRST CLASS. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Maximin D. Touart. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Francis A. Giuli. Thomas P. Norville. 

Henry A. Villars. 



SECOND CLASS. 

PREMIUM : 

Louis E. Faget. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

George A. Lasseigne. John 0. Faget. 



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Special Classes 



PENMANSHIP. 






JUNIOR DIVISION. 

SECTION A. 

PREMIUM : 

Edward J. Powers. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John 0. Faget. Theodore P. Hale. 

Walter S. Fossier. John G. Scott. 



SECTION B. 

PREMIUM: 

George G. McHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Thomas Y. McCarty. John I. Saaverio. 

Paul E. Adamson. Ernest A. Burguieres. 

SECTION C. 

PREMIUM: 

Thomas P. Norville. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

David P. Hymel. . Charles A. Sriber. 

Francis R. Blouin. Nestor L. Keith. 



SECTION D. 

PREMIUM : 

Harry R. Murray. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Harry A. J. Clark. Emilio E. Villamil. 

Solomon H. Frederic. Berney L. Strauss. 



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DRAWING. 



ARCHITECTURAL. 

PREMIUM : 

Henry A. Villars. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph A. Schnaider. Thomas W. McDonald. 



MECHANICAL. 

PREMIUM : 

Walter S. Klos. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John A. Boudousquie. John I. Saaverio. 



ORNAMENTAL. 

PREMIUM : 

David P. Hymel. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Charles A. Sriber. 



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MUSIC. 

PIANO. 
DIVISION A. 

PREMIUM: 

John H. Ryan. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Tisdale J. Touart. Paul G. Bordenave. 

Edward B. Dreaper. 

i 

DIVISION B. 

PREMIUM : 

Domingo J. Villamil. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph A. Schnaider. Marc G. Dufilho. 

Ernesto E. Escalante. 



VIOLIN. 
DIVISION A. 

PREMIUM : 

Maximin D. Touart. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Alfred H. Hymel. George M. Kenedy. 

DIVISION B. 

PREMIUM : 

Robert Sandoz. 

DISTINGUISHED - 

P. Leo Kearns. Emilio E. Villamil. 



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FLUTE. 

PREMIUM : 

Louis Pfister. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John A. Boudousquie. David P. Hymel. 



CORNET. 

PREMIUM: 

John H. Ryan. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph A. Schnaider. Clarence A. Costello. 

Juan Goicoechea. 



MANDOLIN. 

PREMIUM: 

James G. Rapier. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Zachary H. Rougon. Clarence A. Costello. 



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STENOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Robert Sandoz. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Edward J. Powers. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Solomon H. Frederic. Eugene V. Costelio. 



TYPE-WRITING. 
SENIOR DIVISION. 

PREMIUM : 

John J. Schneider, 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Ernest E. Escalante. 



SENIOR DIVISION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Clyde N. Blanchette. 

SECOND PREMIUM:. 

Thomas W. McDonald. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Solomon H. Frederic. Eussell C. Sullivan. 



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Premiums 



FOR 



FOUR OR MORE DISTINCTIONS. 



ROBERT A. FLAUTT. 
EM1LIO E. VILLAMIL. 
JOHN G. SCOTT. 
BENNIE J. KERN. 
GEORGE A. LASSEIGNE. 
THOMAS J. McGSATH. 
OSCAR REYNAUD. 
RUSSELL C. SULLIVAN. 
CLARENCE A. COSTELLO. 
THEODORE P. HALE. 
JOSEPH H. DUCHAMP. 
CHARLES A. SAV1NI. 



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f^oll of Honor* 



The following students were distinguished during the year 
for Good Conduct and Application. 

[The Highest Number op Marks Attainable is 100.] 
SENIOR DIVISION. 



Bennie J. Kern 100 

James A. Alford 100 

Joshua J. Brown 100 

Leon J. Landry 100 

George P. Prejean 100 

Amasa D. Stollenwerck 100 

George S. McCarty 99 

Robert Sandoz 99 

William A. McAdam 98 

Clarence Goette 98 

Leonard C. Darragh 98 

Juan Goicoechea 98 

Adolph Rougon 97 

Arthur Rougon 97 

Edward B. D reaper. 96 



P. Leo Kearns 96 

Herbert E. O'NielL... 96 

Joseph L Ory 96 

Alfred H. Hymel 95 

R. Herbert Smith 94 

P. Lestang Sarpy 93 

Sidney C. Laughlin 93 

Albert M. Darragh 93 

Sidney Patout 92 

Domingo J. Villamil 91 

Sidney J. Lanata 91 

Rene Esnard 90 

Raoul F. Reynaud 90 

Dennis O. Boudreaux 83 

Sidney L. Otis 80 



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JUNIOR DIVISION. 



Maximin D. Touart 100 

Joseph M. Walsh... 100 

Francis A. Giuli 100 

Harry R. Murray 100 

Ernest A. Burguieres 100 

Solomon H. Frederic 100 

Albert M. Otis.. 100 

Oeorge G. McHardy 100 

Isidore B. Rougon 100 

Theodore P. Hale 100 

Yilas J. Rougon 100 

Eli F. Klingman 100 

Zachary H. Rougon 100 

Joseph A. Villamil 100 

Emilio E. Villamil 99 

Thomas P. Norville 99 

John G. Scott.. 99 



John T. Flanagan 99 

Clyde N. Blanchette 99 

George A. Lasseigne 98 

Raphael Quintero 98 

Edward J. Powers 97 

Nestor L. Keith 97 

Daniel J. Ory 96 

Ernest J. Oaillouet 95 

Oscar Reynaud 95 

Henry I. Burguieres 94 

David P. Hymel 93 

William H. Villamil 92 

Richard P. Davis 90 

Thomas J. McGrath 90 

Francis R. Blouin 88 

Thomas W. McDonald 86 

William M. Schnaider 86 



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Acknowledgments. 



THE PRESIDENT AND FACULTY WISH TO EX- 
PRESS THEIR GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT 
TO THE FOLLOWING PERSONS FOR DONA- 
TIONS TO THE MUSEUM, LIBRARY 
AND STUDENTS' CHAPEL. 



Fre BERRIER-EMILE, Paris, France. 

Mr. P. 0. HANNON. 

RICHARD H. FRIES. 

Miss AMELIE DUFILHO. 

Dr. WILLIAM MASTIN. 

Mr. STANISLAUS GILLOW, S. J. 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE. 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 




o 

CO 



ad Majorem Dei Gloriam. 



CflTRIiOGOE 

OF 

SP^IflG HlLili COLiliEGE 

(ST. JOSEPH'S) 

HEA$ JVLOBlIiE, ALifl. 

1901h1902. 



MOBILE 



COMMERCIAL PRINTING CO., PRINTERS AND BINDERS, 
1902. 



D 



n 



A 



\J 



FOUNDED IN 1830 



CHARTERED AS A COLLEGE BY THE LEGISLATURE 
OF ALABAMA IN 1836.. 



EMPOWERED BY POPE GREGORY XVI TO GRANT 

DEGREES IN PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY 

AUGUST 20th, 1840. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Rev. WILLIAM J. TYRRELL, S. J., 

PRESIDENT. 

Rev. AUGUSTIN C. PORTA, S. J. 

Rev. THOMAS D. MADDEN, S. J. 

Rev. THEOBALD W. BUTLER, S. J, 

Rev. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J. 



FACULTY 



KRey. WILLIAM J. TYRRELL, S. J., 

PRESIDENT. 

Rev. AUGUSTIN C. PORTA, S. J., 

VICE-PRESIDENT. 

Prefect of Studies and Discipline. 
Rev. THOMAS D. MADDEN, S. J., 

SECRETARY. 



Rev. THEOBALD W. BUTLER, S. J., 

CHAPLAIN. 



\yRK 



:ev. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J., 

TREASURER. 

V^EV. JAMES DE POTTER, S. J., 
Lecturer on Christian Doctrine. Professor of Mental Philosophy 
in the Classical Course. Librarian. 

V /^R. ANTHONY L, KUNKEL, S. J., 
Professor of Mechanics, Astronomy, Physics and Chemistry. 

s/dnv. PATRICK CRONIN, S. J., 
Professor of Mental Philosophy in the Commercial Course. 

u&ev. JOHN J. NAVIN, S. J. 
Professor of English in Superior Commercial Class. 



1BV. JOHN H. MEYER, S. J., 

Mathematics. German Stenography. 

^Rev. JOHN D. FOULKES, S. J., 
Rhetoric. French. 

EV. LOUIS A. PARIS, S. J., 

Poetry. French. 

vMr. PETER P. MCDONNELL, S. J., 
First Grammar Class. 

L^ev. LOUIS G. BASHNAL, S. J., 
Second Grammar Class. 



IBY. NICHOLAS DAVIS, S. J., 
^Third Grammar Class, Section A, 

^Ln. JOHN CLEMENTS, S. J., 
Third Grammar Class, Section B. Spanish. 



R. FRANCIS X. FINEGAN, S. J., 

First Commercial Class. Spanish. Typewriting. 

\#EV. JAMES J. MCLAUGHLIN, S. J., 
Second Commercial Class. 

^Mr. ROBERT M. BROOKS, S. J., 

Third Commercial Class. 

URev. JOSEPH B. FRANCKHAUSER. S. J., 

Preparatory Class. 

L/&R. DANIEL CRONIN, S. J., 

Algebra. Geometry. Bookkeeping. 



PREFECTS 



Eev. JOHN J. NAVIN, S. J. 

Rev. PATRICK CRONIN, S. J. 

Rev. FRANCIS X. TWELLMEYBR, S. J. 

Mr. DANIEL CRONIN, S. J. 



ASSISTANT PREFECTS. 



Rev. JOSEPH B. FRANCKHAUSER, S. J. 

Mr. PETER P. MCDONNELL, S. -T. 

MR. JOHN CLEMENTS, S.J. 



Mr. ACJGUST STAUB, ") 

>• Professors of Music. 
Mr. ANGELO SUFFICH, ) 

v Mr. PAUL BOUDOUSQUIE, 

Professor of Drawing and Galigraphy. 

W. M. MASTIN, M. D., 

Attending Physician. 



Prospectus. 



PRING HILL COLLEGE is built on a rising ground, five 
miles distant from Mobile and elevated one hundred and 
fifty feet above the sea-level. It enjoys a constantly 
refreshing breeze, which renders its situation both agreeable 
and healthy. The surrounding woods afford the most pleasant 
summer walks. A never-failing spring at the foot of the hill ? 
and within the college grounds, furnishes an abundant and 
lasting supply of water to a beautiful lake where the students 
may safely enjoy the beneficial exercise of swimming, Long 
experience has proved that, owing to its position, the College 
is entirely exempt from those diseases which prevail at certain 
seasons in the South. 

The College was incorporated in 1836 by the Legislature 
of Alabama, with all the rights and privileges of a university, 
and empowered in 1840 by Pope Gregory XVI, to grant de- 
grees in Philosophy and Theology. 

The Directors of the Institution are members of the So- 
ciety of Jesus, which, from its origin, has devoted itself to the 
education of youth. They wiil endeavor to show themselves 
deserving of the confidence reposed in them by evincing on all 
occasions a paternal solicitude for the health and comfort of 
those entrusted to their charge, by sparing no pains to pro- 
mote their advancement, and by keeping a careful and active 
watch over their conduct. The exercise of their authority 
will be mild, without being remiss, in enforcing that strict dis- 
cipline and good order so essential for the proper culture of 
both mind and heart. By this two-fold education, which is 
based upon Religion and Morality, they will exert all their 



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energies not only to adorn the minds of their pupils with use- 
ful knowledge, but also to instil into their hearts solid virtue 
,and a practical love of the duties which they will have to dis- 
charge in after life. 

The public worship of the Institution is that of the Cath- 
olic Religion. However, pupils of other denominations are re- 
ceived, provided that, for the sake of order and uniformity, 
they are willing to conform to the exterior exercises of worship. 

The plan of instruction is established on a large scale, and 
is calculated to suit not only the wants, but also the progress 
of society. It consists of three principal courses, under the 
names of Preparatory, Commercial and Classical. 

I. The Preparatory Course is intented to last one year, 
and embraces Spelling, Writing, the elements of English 
Grammar, History, Geography, Arithmetic and Christian Doc- 
trine, so as to fit the younger students for a higher class in 
either the Commercial or Classical Course. 

II. The Commercial Course is intended to last four 
years. First Year. — Corresponding to the first year of the 
Classical Course, Latin and Greek excepted. Second Tear. — 
Corresponding to the second and third years of the Classical 
Course, Latin and Greek excepted. Third Year. — Correspond- 
ing to the fourth year of the Classical Course, Latin and Greek 
excepted. To the ordinary branches of the Classical Course 
is added an Elementary Course of Natural Philosophy. 'Fourth 
Year — Corresponding to the fifth and sixth years of the Class- 
ical Course, Latin and Greek excepted. 

III. The Classical Course is intended to last six years, 
as follows : First Year. — Inferior Grammar Class. Second 
Year. — Middle Grammar Class. Third Year. Superior Gram- 
mar Class. To these classes belong a graduated teaching of 
the Latin, Greek and English Grammars, with corresponding 
oral and written exercises, and easy essays in Composition, 
besides Penmanship, Bookkeeping, History, Geography, Arith- 
metic, Algebra, Declamation and Christian Doctrine. Fourth 
Year. — Poetry Class. Fifth Year — Rhetoric Class. In these 
classes, besides Latin and Greek, special attention is paid to 
Analysis and to Descriptive. Narrative, Poetical and Oratorical 



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Composition; also to Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Sur- 
veying, Analytical Geometry, and to the Evidences of Religion, 
Sixth Year — Philosophy. This class embraces the study of 
Logic, Metaphysics and Ethics, which are taughht in Latin ; 
also Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Astronomy, Higher Mathe- 
matics and the Evidences of Religion. At the end of this courses 
the degree of A. B. is conferred on such as are, on examination, 
found deserving of the honor. A second year of Philosophy 
at the college, attended with success, or a two years' practice 
in a learned profession, will entitle to the degree of A. M. 

Although these three courses embrace, respectively, one, 
four and six years, still the period may be protracted, as no stu- 
dent will be allowed to pass into a higher class unless he has 
undergone a successful examination at the end of the academic 
year. No promotion takes place in consequence of the exami- 
nation at the end of the first term, except in behalf of uncom- 
mon talent and application. 

French, German, Spanish, form separate courses, are op- 
tional, and are taught without extra charge. 

The age of admission is from nine to fifteen years. It is 
required that the pupils know previously how to read and 
write. 

Any one coming from another school or college must 
exhibit satisfactory testimonials from the directors of the same 
and subject himself to an examination, which will determine 
what class he has to enter. 

Towards the end of each term a report is sent to the parents 
or guardians, stating the condition of health, conduct, applica- 
tion, progress, rank in class, together with the result of the 
semi-annual examination. Every month, marks of merit or de- 
merit are publicly proclaimed, sanctioned by reward or penalty. 

Leave of absence will not be granted to the students, except 
for reasons deemed imperative by the President of the College. 

Correspondence of the students is subject to the inspec- 
tion of the Vice-President. 

All books must be submitted to the inspection of theVice- 
President before they can be allowed circulation in the College . 
The use of tobacco is not permitted. No boxes containing 



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provisions are allowed to be sent to the students except during 
the Christmas holidays. 

The necessary outfit for each student comprises at least 
two suits of clothes, one overcoat, two pairs of shoes, two hats 
or caps, six shirts, six undershirts, three night shirts, twelve 
collars, six pairs of drawers, twelve pairs oi socks, twelve 
handkerchiefs, six neckties, six towels, two bath towels, six 
napkins, brushes, combs and other toilet requisites. 

All articles of clothing must be marked with the student's 
name in full ; the other articles must be marked at least with 
his initials. 

In regard to visits, the following regulations are earnestly 
recommended to the attention of parents, as they intimately 
concern the advancement of the students and the good order 
of the College : 

1st. The time for visiting those students whose parents 
live in Mobile, or vicinity, is on Sundays and Thursdays from 
1 to 5 p. m. in winter, and from 3 to 6 p. m. in summer. 

2d. Students from Mobile who have obtained satisfactory 
marks for conduct and application are ailowed to visit the 
city on the first Thursday of each month. The other students 
whose parents live at a greater distance are not allowed to go 
to the city, except when visited on holidays by their parents 
or guardians, and accompanied by them. 

3rd. All visitors, even parents, should avoid, as much as 
possible, withdrawing the pupils from class or study. 

TERMS 

PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 

Entrance Fee, first year only $ 10 00 

Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and Bedding, per annum ., 300 00 

iMedical Fees, per annum 10 00 

Students of the Philosophy Class and of the first Commer- 
cial Class pay $10 for the philosophical apparatus and supply of 
chemicals. Graduation fees, $10. 



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EXTRA CHARGES. 

Drawing, per month... $ 5 00 

Piano, per month 8 00 

For use of piano 1 00 

Violin or Flute, per month 8 00 

Vocal Music, per month 4 00 

Brass Instrument, per month 8 00 

Stenography, per month 2 00 

Typewriting, per month 2 00 

Vacation at College for students too distant from home 80 00 

N. B. — 1. No deduction is made for any absence less 
than a month, and when made, it is only for board and tuition. 
2. Books and stationery are furnished by the College at the 
expense of the parents. 3. No advance is made by the Col- 
lege for Books, Clothing, Travelling, Dentistry, Pocket Money, 
etc., beyond the deposit left with the Treasurer. Therefore, 
parents who desire the College to furnish their sons with any 
article must, besides the paying of charges, advance a certain 
sum for the purpose, and renew it when exhausted. All pocket 
money should be deposited with the Treasurer, and the quan- 
tity to be allowed specified — for instance, 25 cents per week. 
4. When, at the end of the session, the students are to be sent 
home, all accounts must have been previously settled and the 
travelling expenses forwarded, if the balance on deposit should 
be insufficient. 

For further information apply to the 

Eev. W. J. TYRRELL, S. J., President. 



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Course of Studies 



FOR THE 



Degree of Bachelor of Arts, 



PHmosoPHV cuflss. 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Religious Instruc- 
tion. Lectures. 

Logic and Metaphysics — Jouin's Praelectiones Philosophise. 
Lectures by the Professor. 

Ethics — Jouin's Elementa Philosophise Moralis. Lectures by 
the Professor. 

Mathematics — Mechanics. Geometrical Optics. Elements of 
Differential and Integral Calculus. 

Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Professor. 

Natural Philosophy — Avery's Natural Philosophy. Lectures 
by the Professor. 

Chemistry — Shepard's Chemistry. Lectures on Inorganic and 
Organic Chemistry. 

I^HETOHIC CliRSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Schouppe's Course of Religious Instruc- 
tion. Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Cicero — Pro Ligario, Pro Milone, Pro Marcello, Pro 
Lege Manilia. Horace — Odes, Epodes, Satires and Epis- 
tles. Tacitus — Annals. 

Creek — Demosthenes — De Corona,. Philippics. St Sohn Chry- 
sostom — Eutropius. Sophocles — (Edipus Tyrannus, Anti- 
gone. iEschylus — Prometheus Bound. 



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English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition. Analysis of the 

Masterpieces of American and British Orators. Analysis 

of the speeches in Milton's Paradise Lost. 
Mathematics — Solid Geometry. Trigonometry, Plane and 

Spherical. Surveying. Analytical Geometry. 
History — Modern History, from the Crusades to the present 

epoch. 
Geography — Mitchell's Ancient completed. 
Elocution — Once a week. 

POETRY CliASS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part III. 

Practical Instructions. 
Latin — Yenoi's Grammar — Prosody. Cicero — In Verrem, Pro 

Archia Poeta. Livy. Virgil's iEneid Books I and II ; 

Book V, Description of the Public Games; Book IX, Nisus 

and Euryalus. Horace — Odes, Ars Poetica. 
Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Dialects, Prosody. Homer's Iliad. 

Euripides — Iphigenia in Aulis, Hecuba. 
English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhetoric. 

Murray's Lessons in English Literature. Shakespeare — 

Julius Caesar, Macbeth. Choice Specimens of Lyric, 

Elegiac and Didactic Poetry. 
Mathematics — Algebra reviewed. Plane Geometry. 
History — Modern History, from Augustus to the Crusades. 
Geography — Mitchell's Ancient. 
Bookkeeping — Double Entry. 
Elocution — Once a Week. 

FI^ST G^AJVUVTAI} CLiASS. 

Christian- Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part II. 

Practical Instructions. 
Zatfm— Yenni's Grammar — Syntax repeated with all the notes, 

etc. Cicero — In Catilinam. Sallust — Catilina, Jugurtha. 

Virgil — Eclogues, I, IV, IX; Georgics. 



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Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax, Accents. Xenophon — 
Anabasis. 

English — Harvey's Grammar — Syntax reviewed. Elements of 
Composition. Goldsmith— Traveller, Deserted Village. 
Gray's Elegy. 

Mathematics — Arithmetic reviewed. Wentworth's School Al- 
gebra. 

History — Outlines of Ancient History. 

Geography — Sadlier's Excelsior — Asia, Africa, Oceanica. 

Book-keeping — Single Entry. 

Elocution — Once a week. 

Penmanship — Daily Practice. 

SECOfiG G^flMlVIAR CLiHSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology repeated with all the 
notes, etc.; Syntax without the notes. Caesar — De Bello 
Gallico. Nepos. Phsedrus. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Contract nouns, adjectives, verbs; 
tense formations; verbs in mi; deponent verbs, verbal 
adjectives ; irregular verbs ; adverbs, propositions, con- 
junctions; easier rules of Syntax. Lucian — Dialogues. 

English — Harvey's Grammar. Syntax. Selections from Irv- 
ing's Sketch Book. 

Arithmetic — From percentage to the end. 

Algebra — Wentworth's School Algebra. 

History — Hassard's United States. 

Geography — Sadlier's Excelsior — Central America, South 
America, Europe. 

Elocution — Once a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 

THlRt) Gt*AM]VIA$ CliflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of *the Council of Baltimore. 
Practical Instructions. 



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Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology without the notes ; 

easier rules of Syntax. Epitome Historic Sacree. 

Cicero — Letters. 
Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Nouns, adjectives, regular verbs. 

iEsop's Fables. 
English — Harvey's Grammar. Tales from Shakespeare. 
Arithmetic — Went worth's Arithmetic — Decimals, Multiples 

and Measures, Common Fractions, Compound Quantities. 
History— Kerney's United States. 
(xeo#nx2?%— Sadlier's Excelsior — North America. 
Elocution — Once a week. 
Penmanship — Daily Practice. 



Course of Studies 



IN THE 



Commercial Classes, 



StIPEHlOH COJVlJVLEHCIALl CliflSS. 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Eeligious Instruc- 
tions — Lectures. 

Logic and Metaphysics — Coppens' Logic and Mental Philosophy. 
Lectures by the Professor. 

liWh'cs— Coppens' Moral Philosophy. Lectures by the Pro- 
fessor. 



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English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition. Analysis of the 

Masterpieces of American and British Orators. Analysis 

of the speeches in Milton's Paradise Lost. 
Mathematics — Solid Geometry. Trigonometry, Plane and 

Spherical. Surveying. Analytical Geometry. Mechanics. 
Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Professor. 
Natural Philosophy — Avery's Natural Philosophy. Lectures 

by the Professor. 



FIRST COMMERCIAL! CLiASS, 



Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Parts II and 
III. Practical Instructions. 

English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhetoric* 
Murray's Lessons in English Literature. Shakespeare — 
Julius Caesar, Macbeth. Choice Specimens of Lyric, Ele- 
giac and Didactic Poetry. 

Mathematics — Arithmetic reviewed. Algebra completed. 
Plane Geometry. 

Natural Philosophy — Avery's Elements. Lectures by the 
Professor. 

Chemistry — Shepard's Elements. Lectures by the Professor. 

History — Outlines of Ancient and Modern History. 

Geography — Sadlier's Excelsior —Asia, Africa, Oceanica. 

Book-keeping — Double Entry. 

Elocution— Once a week. 



SECOND COMMERCIAL: CLASS, 



Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. Prac- 
tical Instructions. 

English— Harvey's Grammar — Syntax, Elements of Composi- 
tion. Selections from Irving's Sketch Book. Goldsmith 
— Traveller, Deserted Village. 



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Mathematics— Went worth's Arithmetic — From Percentage to 
the end. Went worth's Algebra, to Equations of the 
Second Degree. 

History — Hassard's United States. 

Geography — Sadlier's Excelsior — Central America t South 
America, Europe. 

Book-keeping — Single Entry. 

Elocution — Once a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 

THIRD COmmE^CIAIi CLiMSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 

Practical Instructions. 
English — Kerney's Grammar and Exercises. Gilmour's 

Fourth Reader. 
Arithmetic — Wentworfch's Arithmetic — Decimals, Multiples, 

Common Fractions and Compound Quantities. 
History — Kerney's United States. 
Geography — Sadlier's Excelsior — North America. 
Elocution— Once a week. 
Penmanship — Daily practice. 



Preparatory Coarse of Studies. 



Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 

Practical Instructions. 
English — Kerney's Grammar — Etymology. Gilmour's Third 

Reader. Creery's Speller. 
Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic. 
History — Gilmour's Bible History. 
Geography — Sadlier's Primary. 
it) — Daily Practice. 



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THESES 
PROPUGNANDAE AD GRADUM A. B 

—IN—' - 

Collegio Sti. Josephi Spring Hill, 

DIE 15 JUNII, 1902. 



EX LOGICA. 

1. Veritas logica turn simplici apprehensioni, tumjudieio 
inest. 

2. Falsitas logica non simplici apprehensioni, sed soli 
judicio inest. 

3. Scepticismus sive ut factum sive ut doctrinaabsurdus est. 

4. Oerta est existentia corporum a nobis distinctorum. 

5. Auctoritas testimonii humani potest gignere certitudinem. 

6. Ratiocinio potest comparari cognitio nova et certa. 

7. Neque divina revelatio, neque consensus est criterium 
veritatis. 

8. Neque caecus instinctus naturae, neque testimonium con- 
scientiae est supremum criterium veritatis. 

9. Bvidentia objectiva est supremum criterium veritatis. 

EX ONTOLOGIA. 

1. Notio eutis est simplicissima et communissima. 

2. Notio entis ut sic eontrahitur ad inferiora non per com- 
positionem metaphysicam sed per compositionem logicam. 

3. Ultima ratio omnis possibilitatis intrinsecae est sola 
divina essentia. 



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4. Oonceptus substantiae est objective realis. 

5. Non repugnat quaedam accidentia existere sine subjecto- 

6. Principium causalitatis est absolute certum. 

EX COSMOLOGIA. 

1. Mundus a Deo creatus est. 

2. Finis Mundi est gloria Dei extrinseca. 

3. Miracula sunt possibilia et cognoscibilia. 

EX THEOLOGIA NATUEALI. 

1. Existit in nomine principium vitale quod anima vocatur, 
2: Anima humana est essentialiter et extensive simplex et 
spiritualis. 

3. Anima humana est natura sua immortalis, et in perpe- 
tuum vivet. 

4. Homo in multis actionibus praeditus est libertate. 

5. Intellectus humanus est facultas inorganica et spiritualis. 

6. Systema Darwinii non est admittendum. 

EX PSYCHOLOGIA. 

1. "Deum existere." est propositio immediate evidens quoad 
se, sed non quoad nos. 

2. Existentia Dei demonstratur argumentis metaphysics, 
physicis et moralibus. 

3. Deus est ens perfectissimum, simplicissimum. et immen- 
sum. 

4. Deus providentia sua res omnes gubernat. 

5. Pantheismus est absurdus. 

EX ETHICA. 

1. Finis ultimus naturalis hominis est prefecta beatitudo 
naturalis. 

2. Objectum beatitudinis humanae necessarium et de se 
sufficiens est Deus. 



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3. Existit lex naturalis, cujus generaliora praecepta igno- 
rari nequeunt ab homiue habente usuin expeditum rationis. 

4. Homo actionibus suis potest mereri apud Deum. 

5. Homo lege naturali obligatur ad cultum Dei turn inter- 
num turn externum. 

6. Mendacium, suicidium et duellum prohibentur lege natur- 
ali. 

7. Jus acquirendi proprietatem generatim spectatum est 
jus naturale. 

8. Auctoritas civilis gaudet potestate legislativa, executiva 
et judiciaria. 

9. Auctoritas civilis habet jus atrociora quaedam crimina 
plectendi paena capitis necnon jus belli gerendi. 



CANDIDATI : 

Layton, B. L. MoKeon, J. 

McAdam, W. A. Sarpy, P. L. 



Problems 



Proposed at the Competitive Examination for the 
Gold ]\fledal in the Seienees. 



1. — A car weighing ten tons falls from a bridge that spans a 
canon 5,000 feet deep 1 With what energy in foot pounds 
will it strike a rock jutting out 1,400 feet from the bot- 
tom? (g=32feet.) 

2. — A wire carrying a current oi ten amperes has been partially 
filed through. What will be the temperature at this 
point as compared with that of any other point in the 
wire if cross-sectional area at the point of filing has re- 
duced to l-9th of what it was originally. Cross sections 
are taken as circular. 

3 Oxygen is evolved from 122-5 Kg. of K01O 3 . To what 

height could the KOIO3 be raised by the energy repre- 
sented by the combustion of all the oxigen thus produced 
with pure H. 1 ? 

4. — A meter of No. 20 pure copper wire passes through a litre 
of Mercury at 0°F. After a current of 5 amperes has 
been passing through the wire for 10 minutes, what will 
be the reading of a Centigrade thermometer immersed 
in the mercury 1 

5. — A bar 10 feet long rests on a pivot 2 feet from one end. To 
this end is^ applied a set of movable pulleys, with cord 
attached to the movable block. The cord from the pul- 
leys is wound around the first axle of a set of two fric- 
tion wheels. The long end of the bar is attached to a 
rope running around the barrel of a capstan 10 inches in 
diameter with 60-inch spokes. If the wheels have a 
diameter of 30 inches and their axles 10 inches and a 1 
pound weight hangs over the circumference of the sec- 
ond wheel, what weight will be needed at the spoke of 
the capstan to preserve the entire system at rest? 



22 ! *j 

Catalogue of Students. 

vAdamson, Paul R B altimore, Md 

/Ailloud, Alphonse Merida, Yucatan. 

Allgeyer, Robert L. New Orleans, La. 

vAnton, Abelardo Havana Cuba. 

vAnton, Richard Havana, Cuba. 

USadeaux, Henry A Lockport, La.*/ 

^Barrett, Joseph D Mobile, Ala. 

Becker, Vernon Mt. Vernon, Ala. 

Bennett, Howard F Mobile, Ala. 

JBennett, John T Mobile, Ala. 

Blanchard, Francis J ._. Mobile, Ala. 

Blanchard, Herman Mobile, Ala. 

Blanchard, Hugh Mobile, Ala. 

v&lanchette, Bennie Beaumont, Tex. 

^lanchette, Clyde N.. * Beaumont, Tex. 

vBlanchette, Eley A Beaumont, Tex. 

vBlanchette, Theodore Beaumont, Tex. 

k13louin, Francis R Bayou Lafourche, LaV 

^Blouin, Louis Bayou Lafourche, La.V 

iBonvillain, Sidney A Glencoe, La. V 

vBoudou^quie, John A Mobile, Ala. 

^oudreaux, Dennis O Houma, Lar 

^Brown, Camille P Crawford, La.*- 7 

Burguieres, Henry A. I New Orleans, La.^ 

\Burns, Thomas J Mobile, Ala. 

KJannon, Francis S Greenville, Miss. 

^ Casserly, James C New Orleans, La.^_ 

<x5hoppin, George A New Orleans, La.^ 

^Clark, Harry A. J Jacksonville, Fla. 

-Costello, Clarence A Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Costello, Eugene V Chattanooga, Tenn, 

Costello, Raymond J Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Cowley, Loyola T Mobile, Ala. 



v6rown, Joshua S Crawford, La. " 

Burguieres, Ernest A New Orleans, La 



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vDanos, Albert J.. Plaquemine, La. 

^rragh, Albert M .Franklin, La.W 

^arragh, Frederic f Franklin, La. 

wOarragh, 0. Leonard Franklin, La.- 

vOavis, Eichard P Mobile, Ala. 

^eubler, Henry New Orleans, La.t^ 

vBeubler, Peter H New Orleans, La. 

^evinney, Edward J Montgomery, Ala. 

vE)evron, George J New Orleans, La. 

tDpHERTY, John Beaumont, Tex. 

lEfoiRON, Albert Houma, La.^ 

j^uchamf, Eugene A St. Martinville, La. 

*t)ucHAMP, Francis -St. Martinville, La. 

c^Duchamp, Joseph H St. Martinville, La. 

v^ufilho, Marc J New Orleans, La.^ 

*15ijpont, Emile W Houma, La. 

>Bscalante, Ermilo Merida, Yucatan. 

<-STscalante, Enesto E Merida, Yucatan. 

(^EjSCALANTE, Secundino Merida, Yucatan. 

i,J?SNARD, Rene Matanzas, Cuba. 

Estrada, Ernesto Merida, Yucatan. 

^ahy, Bernard S Rome, Ga. 

Flautt, Robert A , New Orleans, La./ 

Dossier, Walter S New Orleans, La. 

iFrancez, Laenneo H Carencro, La.^ 

Frederic, Solomon H Scranton, Miss. 

m?REY, George New Orleans, La.^ 

vFrey, Marcel New Orleans, La. 

v6aiennie, Kenneth M Lecompte, La^ 

Gardner, James W Montgomery, Ala. 

*^iuli, Francis A Mobile, Ala. 

V<5oette, Clarence Donaldsonville, ho,^ 

IHails, D. Troy . Montgomery, Ala. 

^[anway, John C Greenville, Miss. 

v^ebert, Seth E Beaumont, Tex. 

^ill, Walton H Montgomery, Ala. 

Cooper, John E Mobile, Ala. 

^tmel, Alfred H Killona, La. 



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Hymel, David P Kjllona, La. 

Juge, George A New Orleans, La. l/ 

Yearns, P. Leo Lebanon, Ky. 

Keith, Nestor L San Jose, Costa Rica. 

Kelly, John J ...Mobile, Ala. 

Kenedy, George M Laredo, Tex. 

Kenedy, John G Corpus Christi, Tex. 

VKennard, John J Mobile, Ala 

^Sjbrn, Bennie J :. Yazoo City, Miss. 

IKlos, Walter S Belle Helene, La.l/ 

^Lambert, Walter J New Orleans, La. 

'{•Larue, Ferdinand L .New Orleans, La. 

^asseigne, George A Laplace, La. * y 

wIjAyton, Buxton L New Orleans, La. ^ 

iXeal, Philip Merida, Yucatan. 

v£eBaron, Gilbert Mobile, Ala. 

I^eBorgne, Alfred M New Orleans, La 

^evron, Junius A Houma, La ► 

Louis, Joseph , Beaumont, Tex. 

JVJannoccir, J. Earle Memphis, Tenn. 

^eininger, Julius C Galveston, Tex. 

UMjller, Frederic W Mobile, Ala. 

/^IcAdam, Otis B. Montgomery, Ala. 

i^cAdam, William A New York City. 

vMoCarty, Thomas Y Sanders ville, Ga. 

t^IcCoRMiCK, Vivian Yazoo City, Miss. 

McDonald, Joseph R Palm Beach, Fla. 

v-McGrath, Thomas J '... Brookhaven, Miss. / 

VMcHardy, George G. New Orleans, La. * , 

vMcHardy, William C. F New Orleans, LaX 

McHatton, Thomas H Macon, Ga. 

^oKeon, James ..New Orleans, La.^ 

/Neely, John Mobile, Ala. 

^Nicrosi, John M Montgomery, Ala. 

IKicrosi, Peter M Montgomery, Ala. 

\Norville, Joseph H Mobile, Ala. 

yfroRViLLE, Thomas P Mobile, Ala. 

Norville, William Mobile, Ala. 



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\0ry, Daniel J Laplace, La. -"" 

" 'J0RY, Joseph L St. John, La. v 

vO'Leary, Joseph A Montgomery, Ala. 

O'Niell, Herbert E Baldwin, La. v 

-Patout, Henry New Iberia, La. 

>^atout, Sidney L - New Iberia, La. •* 

-^juiNN, John H .-. Sandersville, Ga. 

/Qujntero, Julian P Oampeche, Yucatan. 

^ijintero, Eaphael .■ Oampeche, Yucatan. 

Ramirez, Jose S Bluefields, Nicaragua. 

vlfcAPiER, Henry A New Orleans, La. 

^Rapier, James G Mobile, Ala. 

i^eilly, Maurice E New Orleans, La.^ 

t&ENOUDET, Joseph A New Iberia, La. u— " 

^eynaud, Oscar Lutcher, La. 

Keynaud, Raoul F Lutcher, La. 

MSandoz, Robert Opelousas, La. ^ 

*J3arpy, Lestang P New Orleans, La.* 

i/Savini, Charles A New Orleans, La. l 

^Bcott, John G Charlottesville, Va. 

\>Smokey, Charles H Plaquemine, La.t^ 

v&potswood, Chase W 1. Mobile, Ala. 

'-Spotswood, Harry I Mobile, Ala. 

uSriber, Charles A New Orleans, LaJ 

iStaehle, William A New Orleans, La.^* 

Stafford, David W Alexandria, La. 

^taub, Edwin J Spring Hill, Ala. 

^tauffer, Dick Taylor New Orleans, La.* 

^SJtollenwerck, Amasa D Greensboro, Ala. 

v^ulli van, Russell C Pensacola, Fla. . 

t^ST. Martin, Thaddeus I Houma, ha*. 

i^ait, Charles New Orleans, La. v 

^hibaut, Charles C DeL Donaldsonville, La. V 

i3x)uart, Hinton A Summerville, Ala. 

l^TpuART, Maximin D ..'. Summerville, Ala. 

^oujan, Sidney H Houma, La/ 

Dickers, Nicholas L Mobile, Ala. 

vyiLLAMiL, Domingo J Havana, Cuba. 



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* Villamil, Emilio Havana, Cuba. 

Villamil, William H Havana, Cuba. > 

v Villavaso, Francis New Orleans, La.K 

i Voorhies, Kirby St. Martinville, La.^ 

Wagner. Austin McGraw Mobile, Ala. 

Wagner, John H , Mobile, Ala. 

v Wall, Charles R Selma, Ala. 

Wallace, Eichard J McOomb City, Miss. 

Walsh, Joseph M Mobile, Ala. 

Walsh, William M Mobile, Ala. 

Whipple, George A. Carroll Chicago, Ills. 

Whipple, Griswold Chicago, Ills. 

Whipple, Webster J. A Chicago, Ills. 

JWhite, Mark J Pensacola, Fla. 

Zimmer, Edmond J Spring Hill, Ala. 



27 x 
A. M. D. G. 



Societies. 



SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. 



The object of this Society is to cultivate among its mem- 
bers a religious spirit, and the practice of devotion to the 
Mother of God. 

OFFICERS. 

Rev. J. DePotter, S. J Director. 

W. A. McAdam Prefect. 

P. L. Sarpy First Assistant 

M. D. Touart Second Assistant. 

J. J. Brown... Secretary. 

D. a Boudreaux } Sacristans. 

D. J. Villamil Organist. 

MEMBERS. 



V. 0. Becker, 
J. L. Blouin, 
J. A. Boudousquie, 
0. P. Brown, 
F. S. Cannon, 
J. C. Casserly, 
H. A. Clark, 
C. A. Costello, 



A. Doiron, 

J. H. Duchamp, 

B. L. Fahy, 

L. H. Francez, 

C. Goette, 

J. C. Han way, 

A. H. Hymel, 
P. L. Kearns, 

B. L. Layton. 



J. E. Mannoccir, 
T. H. McHatton, 
J. H. Quinn, 
J. A. Renoudet 
R. Sandoz, 
A. D. Stollenwerck, 
E. E. Villamil, 
J. M. Walsh, 



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SOCIETY OF THE HOLY ANGELS. 



This Society has for its object, to foster among the younger 
students a spirit of filial love for the Blessed Virgin, the Queen 
of Angels, and to encourage them in the practice of virtue and 
piety. . 

OFFICERS. 



Rev. L. A. Paris, S. J Director. 

F. A. Giuli Prefect. 

G. G. McHardy First Assistant. 

T. P. Norville Second Assistant. 

T. J. McGrath, *) ., 

M. B. Reilly, } Sacristans. g 





MEMBERS. 


' 


P. R. Adamson, 


F. L. Larue, 


E. J. Staub, 


C. N. Blanchette, 


G. A. Lasseigne, 


H. A. Touart, 


F. R Blouin, 


O. B. McAdam, 


N. L. Vickers, 


T. J. Burns, 


J. C. Meininger, 


W. H. Viilamil, 


L. T. Cowley, 


J. J. Neely, 


A. Wagner, 


A. J. Danos, 


W. Norville, 


J. H. Wagner, 


E. J. Devinney, 


J. G. Rapier, 


G. C. Whipple, 


S. H. Frederic, 


L. J. Ory, 


W. Whipple. 


D. T. Hails, 


O. Reynaud, 




D. P. Hymel, 


J. G. Scott, 





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ALTAR BOYS' ASSOCIATION 



This Society is established to add solemnity to Divine 
Worship, and to cherish in the hearts of its members devotion 
to the Blessed Sacrament. 



OFFICERS. 



Mr. John Clements, S. J Director. 

F. A. Giuli Prefect. 

E. V. Costello Secretary. 

T. P. Norville Censor. 



MEMBERS. 



P. R. Adamson, 

E. J. Devinney, 
D. T. Hails, 

D. P. Hymel, 
N. L. Keith, 
W. Lambert, 

F. L. Larue, 

G. A. Lasseigne, 



J. Louis, 
T. J. McGrath, 
G. G. McHardy, 
J. C. Meininger, 
H. A. Rapier, 
J. G. Rapier, 
M. E. Reilly, 
J. G. Scott, 



E. J. Staub, 
C. A. Tait, 
C. C. Thibaut, 
H. A. Touart, 
W. H. Villamil, 
A. McG. Wagner, 
G. C. Whipple, 
W. J. Whipple, 



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LITERARY SOCIETIES. 



The object of these Societies is the cultivation of elo- 
quence by means of debates, dramatic readings, and declama- 
tions. 

SENIOR. 

OFFICERS. 
Rev. J. DePotter, S. J., Director. 
First Term. Second Term. 

R. A.. Flautt, W. A. McAdam... President. 

C. A. Oostello, 0. A. Oostello Secretary. 

W. A. McAdam, J. M. Walsh Censor. 

MEMBERS. 

L. J. Blouin, J. E. Mannoccir, 

J. A. Boudousquie, T. H. McHatton, 

J. C. Casserly. J. McKeon, 

J. C. Hanway, J. H. Quinn, 

B. L. Layton, P. L. Sarpy, 
D. J. Villamil. 



JUNIOR, 



OFFICERS. 
Rev. J. D. Fotjlkes, S. J Director. 

F. Giuli President. 

E. V. Oostello Secretary. 

G. G. McHardy Censor. 



MEMBERS. 



E. J. Devinney, 
S. H. Frederic, 
D. T. Hails, 
D. P. Hymel, 
J. J. Kelly, 



W. J. Lambert, 
G. A. Lasseigne, 
T. G. McGrath, 
W. 0. McHardy, 
T. P. Norville. 



PHILOMATIC SOCIETY. 

OFFICERS. 

Mr. P. P. McDonnell, S. J Director. 

T. Y. McCarthy President. 

B. S. Fahy (Secretary. 

E. A. Burguieres Censor. 

MEMBERS. 

E. A. Blanchette, 0. L. Darragh, 

F. S. Cannon, B. J. Kern, 

G. A. Choppin, F. R. Villavaso. 



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SCIENTIFIC ACADEMY 



This Association is intended to afford special opportun- 
ities to the students of the Graduating Classes desirous of 
attaining greater proficiency in the Sciences that can be ob- 
tained in the class-room. 

Mr. A. L. Ktjnkel, S. J Director. 

MEMBERS. 

J. J. Brown President. A. D. Stollenwerck .. Vice President. 

C. 0. Goette Secretary. 

C. A. Oostello, W. S. Klos. 

R. Sandoz. 



WEATHER BUREAU 



The object of this Society is to take meteorological obser- 
vations and display the various weather signals for the benefit 
of the Faculty and Students and those living in the neighbor- 
hood of the College. 

OFFICERS 

Mr. A. L. Kunkel, S. J Director. 

J. J. Brown President. 

T. H. McHatton Secretary. 

MEMBERS. 

C. A. Costello B. L. Layton, 

W. S. Klos, W. A. McAdam, 

A. D. Stollenwerck. 



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THH SPRING HlLiIl REVIEW. 

PUBLISHED BY 

TJiB STlJDEJStTS OF SP^IfiG }illili COIiliHGH. 

JVIOBIIaE, FLUR. 



STAFF. 

Rev. J. DePotter, S. J Moderator. 

W. A. McAdam, '02 Editor in- Chief. 



B. L. Layton, '02 
M. D. Touart, '03 
T. H. McHatton, '03 
J. A. Boudousquie, '03 

C. A. Costello, '02 J 



Associate Editors. 



£1S;V 3 } Atretic Editors. 

E. V.Se D llo%4 } Business Managers. 

T. P.Norvilie, 0, 04 } -Advertising Managers. 

Remittances, literary contributions and business letters 
should be addressed : 

THE SPRING HILL REVIEW, 

Spring Hill College, 

Mobile, Ala. 



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PHILHARMONIC SOCIETIES. 



* The object of these Societies is to add solemnity to relig- 
ious and literary festivals, and to give the members an oppor- 
tunity of improving themselves in the practice of instrumental 
music. 

SENIOR BRASS BAND, 

Rev. J. D. Foulkes, S. J President. 

Prof. A. J. Staub Director. 

OFFICERS. 
First Term. Second Term. 

A. H. Hymel, M. D. Touart. Vice-President. 

M. D. Touart, A. H. Hymel Secretary. 

0. A. Costello, C. A. Costello Censor. 

MEMBERS. 

J. A. Boudousquie, G. M. Kennedy, 

H. A. Clark, W. A. McAdam, 

E. Bscalante, T. H. McHatton, 

W. S. Fossier, S. L. Patout, 

L. H. Francez, J. H. Quinn, 

B. S. Fahy, D. J. Villamil, 

P. L. Kearns, E. E. Villamil. 

JUNIOR. 

Mr. R. M. Brooks, S. J President. 

Prof. A. Suffich.. Director. 

OFFICERS. 
First Term. Second Term. 

J. G. Rapier, J. G. Rapier Vice-President. 

J. G. Scott, G. G. McHardy /Secretary. 

W. H. Villamil, T. J. McGrath Censor. 



F. R. Blouin, 
D. P. Hymel, 
N. L. Keith, 

G. A. Lasseigne, 
J. G. Scott, 

C. W. Spotswood. 



MEMBERS. 



C. A. Sriber, 
W. A. Staehle, 
C. Tait, 
H. A. Touart, 
N. L. Vickers, 
W. H. Villamil. 



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COLLEGE ORCHESTRA 



OFFICERS. 



REV. J. D. FOULKES, S. J. 
Prof. A. J. Staub. Prof. A. Suffich, 



MEMBERS. 



Eev. L. A. Paris, S. J., 

Mr. R. M. Brooks, S. J., 

J. A. Boudousquie, 

T. J. Burns, 

0. A. Oostello, 

S. E. Hebert, 

J. E. Hooper, 

A. H. Hymel, 

D. P. Hymel, 

P. L. Kearns, 

G. M. Kenedy, 



J. E. Mannoccir, 
T. J. McGrath, 
G. G. McHardy, 
T. H. McHatton, 
J. G. Rapier, 
R. Sandoz, 
0. Tait, 
M. D. Touart, 
S. H. Toujan, 

D. J. Villamil, 

E. E. Villamil. 



COLLEGE CHOIR 

OFFICERS. 



Rev. L. G. Bashnal, S. J Director. 

Prof. A. J. Staub Organist. 



MEMBERS. 



J. A. Boudousquie, 
H. A. Clark, 
J. C. Hanway, 
A. H. Hymel, 



D. J. Villamil. 



B. L. Layton, 
W. A. McAdam, 
T. H. McHatton, 
M. D. Touart, 



35 
READING ROOM ASSOCIATIONS. 

t 

These Associations are intended to encourage useful 
reading among the students. During the hours of recreation, 
they can have access to libraries of more than two thousand 
volumes, on various subjects, by the best ancient and modern 
writers. 

SENIOR. 

OFFICERS. 
Eev. J. J. Kavin, S. J... President. 

W. A. McAdam Vice-President. 

J. M. Walsh Sec'y and Treas. 

J. J. Brown Librarian. 

J. E. Mannoccir, "} 

> Censors. 

0. A. Costello, ) 

JUNIOR. 
OFFICERS. 

Mr. D. M. Ceonin, S. J President. 

A. F. Giuli Vice President. 

G. A. Lasseigne Secretary. 

G. G. McHardy Treasurer. 

C Tait, ^ 

[• Librarians. 

W. C. McHardy, ) 



36 
BILLIARD ROOM ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS. 



Rev. J. J. Navin, S. J Director. 

A. D. Stollenwerck President. 

M. D. Touart Secretary. 

J. A. Renoudet Treasurer. 

L. J. Blouin, ") 

1\ L. Kearns, >■ Censors. 

J. L. Ory, ) 



SPRING HILL COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS. 

Rev. J. J. Navin, S. J Director. 

V. McOormick Captain Foot Ball Team. 

A. D. Stollenwerck Captain Base Ball Team. 

D. O. Boudreaux Manager Foot Ball Team. 

C. A. Costello Manager Base Ball Team. 



GYMNASIUM. 

OFFICERS. 

Rev. J. J. Navin, S. J. Moderator. 

D. O. Boudreaux President. 

P. L. Sarpy Se&y and Treas. 

C. A. Savini, 

V. McOormick, ]• Censors. 

R. Sandoz, 



: ] 



37 



Class $oll, 1901-1902 



pflmosoPfiV. 



k 



\Aayton, Buxton L. 
v/McAdam, William A. 

v/Boudousquie, John A 
v£)asserly, James 0. 
VFlautt, Eobert A. 
l/frymel, Alfred H. 
1/La.rue, Ferdinand L 



\M'< 



'McKeoD, James. 
v/Sarpy, P. Lestang. 

$JiBTOI*IC. 

VMeininger, Julius 0. 
s/Touart, Maximin D. 
* — yillamil, Domingo J. 
t Villamil, Emilio E. 
Wlllamil, William H. 



I/Blouin, Louis. 
(•Costello. Eugene V. 
v/tfossier, Walter S. 

ixOiuli, Francis A. 
I/Han way, John 0. 



alsh, Joseph M. 



POETRY 



1 



Adamson, Paul R. 
^adeaux. Henry A. 
VBlouin, Francis R. 
^Burgineres, Ernest A. 
UJavis, Richard P. 
V^ahy, Bernard S. 
L^Frederic, Solomon H. 



J Mannoccir, J. Earle. 

\/McCormick, Vivian. 

x/^orville, Thomas P. 

|/Quinn, John H. 

VScott, John A. 

f 
pi$ST GtWflJVLA^. 

ykill, Walter H. 

elly, Joseph J. 

cOarty, Thomas Y. 

Ory, Joseph L. 

\Ayme\l, Herbert E. 

i/Rapier James G. 

UVallace, Richard J. 



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SECOND GQKVLflLKti. 



Cowley, Loyola T. 
^Devinney, Edward J. 
VHails, D. Troy. 

Hymel, David P. 

Kern, Bennie J. 

Lambert, Walter J. 
vLasseigue, George A. 



^McGrath, Thomas J. 

VMcHardy, George G. 
\2sjrcrosi, John M. 

\Reilly, Maurice E. 
N \/&eynaud, Oscar. 

ySmokey, Charles H. 
\ySullivan, Russell 0. 



Tfil^D QHR^lfflRH R. 



U^llgeyer, Robert, 
v^urgineres, Henry J. 
lurns, Thomas J. 
Jostello, Raymond J. 
Miller, Frederic W. 
t^lcAdam, Otis B. 
X/Neely, j;ohn J. 
t/foicrosi, Peter M. 
i/Norville, William. 



\AKLeary, Joseph A. 
v$P ot &wood, Chase W. 
v Rapier, Henry A. 
^Sriber, Charles A. 
\ZThibaut, Charles C. 
v/Touart, H in ton A. 
\J^ickers, Nicholas L. 
^/^agner, Austin. 
vWalsh, William M. 
hippie, George C. 



% 



l\ 



TfLlQlD GHRyLJRRH &- 



i/Bonvillain, Sidney A. 
\/ Cannon, Frank S. 
■ v Danos, Albert J. 
iJDoherty, John. 
VFrey, Marcel, 
l/juge, George A. 
/feeith, Nestor L. 
v^Kennard, John J. 



^ Louis, Joseph. 

^orville, Joseph H. 
'/Ory, Daniel J. 

j/Spotswood, Harry I. 
V Sjaub, Edwin J, 

l^t. Martin, Thaddeus I. 
Tait, Charles. 

JVhipple, Webster. 



SUPH^IOlR CO^VIlVIE^CIflLi. 



v'Boudreaux, Dennis O. 
v Brown, Joshua J. 
^Costello, Clarence A. 



Goette, Clarence, 
Aos, Walter S. 
l/Sandoz, Robert. 



^ Stollenwerck, Amasa D. 



39 



FI**ST COJVUVEEHCIflLLi. 



Oa 



garret t, Joseph D. 
pecker, Vernon 0. 

!lark, Harry A. 

fuchamp, Joseph H. 

Jscalante, Ernesto B, 

"rey, George. 



learns, P. Leo. 
cHatton, Thomas H. 

■atout, Sidney L. 

tenoudet, Joseph A. 
v^eynaud, Raoul F. 
vySavini, Charles A. 



/Toujan, Sidney H. 



SECOJSLD 

Wanton, Richard, 
jlennett, Howard F. 
v/BJanchette, Clyde N. 
//glanchette, Eley A. 
i^rown, Camille P. 
^0hoppin, George A. 
vDarragh, Albert M. 
/Oarragh, C. Leonard. 
t/Dufilho Marc J. 
(Jfpancez, Laennec H. 
l/Gardner, James W. 



COJVI|V[B^CIAIi. 



VH< 



Z, 



'Hooper, John E. 
vvKenedy, George M. 
\Jtenedy, John G. 
vLevron, Junius A. 
VMcDonald, Joseph R. 
^Hardy, William C. 
>atout, Henry, 
itaehle, William A. 
^Stafford, David W. 
^illavaso, Francis R. 
/Wagner, John H. 



"Blancbard, Herman. 
Vglanchette, Bennie. 

/Blanchette, Theodore. 

vBarragh, Frederic. 

^Devron, George J. 
tJDoiron, Albert. 
\JE$uchamp, Francis. 



VAilloud, Alphonse. 
V/Anton, Abelardo. 

►ennett, John F. 

ianchard, Francis J. 

Hanchard, Hugh. 
w )eubler, Henry 
Vxjdeubler, Peter H. 
x^Duchamp, Eugene A. 
jscalante, Ermilo. 
jscalante, Secundino. 



TJil^D COJVqVIE^CIAIi. I 

*^upont, Emile W. 
I^snard, Rene. 
i>6raiennie, Kenneth M, 
\Hebert, Seth E. 
\Auintero, Julian P. 
t/Yporhies, Kirby. 
White, Mark J. 

^E^trada, Ernesto, 
eal, Philip. 

Baron, Gilbert. 
eBorgne, Alfred M. 

intero, Raphael, 
amirez, Jose S. 
(gauffer, Dick Taylor. 
•Wall, Charles R. 
txW^rlpple, Griswold. 



I^Zimmer, Edmond J. 



40 



A. M. t>. G 



Seventy«Seeond 
RHHOflli COJV[]VIEHCE|VIEHT 

OF 

Spring Hill College, 

Thursday, Jane 19, 1902, 
flt 8:30 K. JVL 



41 



King Robert of Sicily 



(A DRAMA IN FIVE ACTS. 



CAST OF CHARACTERS. 

ROBERT, King of Sicily ..: W. A. McAdam 

ANGEL, appearing in the likeness of King Robert B. L. Layton 

COUNT RAYMOND, the King's Counsellor J. C. Hanway 

URBAN, the King's Treasurer J. Hi Quinn 

COUNT OF TERRANOVA, Master of the Hounds T. H. McHatton 

VALENTINE, a Courtier J. A. Boudousquie 

ALPHONSE, Prince of Aquitaine -. J. C. Casserly 

LUIGI, Page to Alphonse E. V. Costello 

COUNT OF MELAZZO, a Cousin to Alphonse C. A. Costello 

A JESTER - L. J. Blouin 

AN ATTENDANT G. G. McHardy 

MARTIN, Leader of Rebellious Peasantry J. M. Walsh 

JANUARIUS \ Follower of Martin / J - E - Mannoccir 

JOACHIM, / Followers of Martin \ F. R. Villavaso 

FRANCESCO) (B. Fahy 

BEPPO G d T. McCarty 

GlACOMO ( " guards < w McHardy 

PAOLO J [C. Tait 

A PAGE : J. Louis 

CHORISTERS. 

D. J. Ory ; H. Touart; F. R. Blouin; O. Reynaud; A. Wagner; 

G. A. Lasseigne ; E. J. Devinney ; D. W. Stafford ; F. L. 

Larue; J. A. Boudousquie; E. Staub ; C. A. Sriber. 



The scene is laid within the precincts of the King's palace at Palermo. 



42 



Programme 



TOREADOR— (Waltz) Royle.. College Orchestra 

Salutatory W. A. McAdam 

ACT I. 

Scene — Garden before the King's Palace at Palermo. 
INTERMEZZO Mascagni College Orchestra 

ACT II. 

Scene i — A Prison. 

Scene 2 — Throne Room. 

MESSAGE OF LOVE— (Cornet Solo) Eeh J. G. Rapier 

With orchestral accompaniment. 

ACT III. 

Scene — Garden before the King's Palace at Palermo. 
MASANIELLO— (Overture) Auber College Orchestra 

ACT IV. 

Scene — Throne Room. 

DUET-Clarinet and Flute with ( ;-;;;; Z^^^pSff^ 
accompaniment of Piano. I Prof> A< j Staub 

ACT V. 

Scene 1 — Garden before the King's Palace at Palermo. 

Scene 2 — Chapel. 

ARTIST'S LIFE— (Waltz) Strauss College Orchestra 

Valedictory P. L. Sarpy 



Conferring of Degrees. Award of Medals. 

Distribution of Premiums. 



A. M. D. G. 



43 



Argument. 



This Play is founded on the legend of King Robert 
of Sicily, who, in punishment for his pride, one day 
woke up to find himself in face and figure changed into 
another man, while his proper shape was assumed by 
an angel who represented him to the world until the 
needed moral reformation was accomplished. 



44 



Conferring of Degrees 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



t JOSEPH L. DANOS, A. B. 
a/lJSTO P. DIAZ, A. B. 



45 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



■ W] 



ILLIAM A. MCADAM, 

BUXTON L. LAYTON, 

CP. LESTjlNG SARPY, 

l/^AMES McKEON. 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE GRADUATING 
CLASS WERE WON BY 

WILLIAM A. MCADAM. 



46 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 

vAMASA D. STOLLENWERCK, 
> JOSHUA J. BROWN, 

CLARENCE GOETTE, 
WALTER S. KLOS, 

CLARENCE A. COSTELLO, 
ROBERT SANDOZ, 

DENNIS O. BOUDREAUX. 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE COMMERCIAL 
COURSE WERE WON BY 

AMASA D. STOLLENWERCK. 



47 



Acuafd of JVIedals. 



THE BISHOP'S MEMORIAL MEDAL 

FOUNDED 



BY THE LATE 



RT. REV. BISHOP O'SULLIVAN, D. D. 



FOR 



EXCELLENCE IN CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 



AND 



ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, 



WAS MERITED BY 



JOSEPH M. WALSH. 



NEXT IN MERIT 



MAXIMIN D. TOUART. JOSHUA J. BROWN 



48 

THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 



BEST EXAMINATION IN CATECHISM 



WAS MERITED BY 



DAVID W. STAFFORD. 



NEXT IN MERIT: 



GEORGE G. MCHARDY. JOHN DOHERTY. 



DONOR: 



Rev. AMBROSE FONTAN, S. J., 
Selma, Ala. 



49 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



GOOD CONDUCT* 



IN THE SENIOR DIVISION 

WAS MERITED BY 

JAMES McKEON. 

DONOR: 

Rev. D. BEAUDEQUIN, S. J., 
Mobile, Ala. 

PREMIUM : 

AMASA D. STOLLENWEKCK. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Clarence Goette, Ernest A Burguieres, 

John E. Hooper, Maximin D. Touart, 

Robert Sandoz, Joshua J. Brown. 

*The Gold Medals for Good Conduct have bean awarded by the votes of the 
students with the approbation of the Faculty. 



50 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

GOOD CONDUCT. . 

IN THE JUNIOR DIVISION. 

WAS MERITED BY 

GEORGE G. McHARDY. 

DONOR: 

REV. J. O'SHANAHAN, S. J., 
AUGUSTA, GA. 

PREMIUM: 

FRANCIS A. GIULI. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Solomon H. Frederic, Clyde N. Blanchette, 

James G. Rapier, Thomas P. Norville, 

Otis B. McAdam, Edward J. Devioney, 

William H. Villamil, Thomas J. McGrath. 



51 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 

% 



BEST COMPOSITION 



IN 



MENTAL PHILOSOPHY 



WAS MERITED BY 



WILLIAM A. MCADAM; 



DONOR: 



f 



Eev. THOMAS P. CASSIDY, 
Warrington, Fla. 



52 

THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 



BEST ENGLISH COMPOSITION 



WAS MERITED BY 



MAXIMIN D. TOUAET. 



NEXT IN MERIT: 



Joseph M. Walsh, Thomas H. McHatton, 

William A. McAdam, John J. Kelly. 



DONOR: 



Very Rev. G. T. O'CALLAGHAN, D. D., V. G., 

Mobile, Ala. 



53 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 



BEST LATIN COMPOSITION 



WAS MERITED BY 



JOSEPH M. WALSH. 



NEXT IN MERIT: 



EMILIO E. VJLLAMIL, P. LESTANG SARPY, 

JAMES McKEON. 



DONOR: 



Rev. D. SAVAGE, 
Montgomery, Ala. 



54 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 



BEST GREEK COMPOSITION 



WAS MERITED BY 



THOMAS P. NORVILLE. 



NEXT IN MERIT 



JOSEPH M. WALSH, WILLIAM H. VILLAMIL, 

JOHN A. BOUDOUSQUIE. 



DONOR: 



Dr. T. A. DUGGAN, 
New Orleans, La, 



56 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



PHYSICAL SCIENCES 



WAS MERITED BY 



WALTER S. KLOS. 



NEXT IN MERIT: 



JOSHUA J. BROWN, AMASA D. STOLLENWERCK, 

WILLIAM A. McADAM. 



DONOR: 



Rev. P. A. O'REILLY, 



Birmingham, Ala. 



56 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS 



(FIRST GRADE) 



WAS MERITED BY 



FRANCIS A. GIULI. 



NEXT IN MERIT 



maximin d. touart, thomas h. mchatton. 

vivian Mccormick. 



DONOR: 

Hon. WALTER F. WALSH, 
Mayor of Mobile, Ala. 



57 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS 



(SECOND GRADE) 



WAS MERITED BY 



BERNARD S. FAHY. 



NEXT IN MERIT: 



JAMES G. RAPIER, FRANCIS R. VILLAVASO, 



JOHN E. HOOPER. 



DONOR: 



Hon. C. L. LAVRETTA, 
Mobile, Ala. 



58 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



EXCELLENCE IN ELOCUTION 



WAS MERITED BY 



BUXTON L. LAYTON. 



NEXT IN MERIT; 



JAMBS 0. CASSERLY, WALTER J. LAMBERT, 

CLARENCE A. COSTELLO. 

DONOR: 

Rev. D. O'SULLIVAN, S. J., 
Tampa, Fla. 



59 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



EXCELLENCE IN HISTORY 



WAS MERITED BY 



JOSHUA J. BROWN. 



NEXT IN MERIT: 



MAXIMLN D. TOUART. 



DONOR: 



Rev. MAROELLUS JANNIN, S. J., 



New Orleans, La. 



60 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



EXCELLENCE 



IN 



PENMANSHIP 



(JUNIOR DIVISION) 



WAS MERITED BY 



GEORGE G. McHARDY, 



DONOR: 



MR. ISIDORE G. JACOBSON, 
Mobile, Ala. 



61 

THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

Superior Excellence in 
APPLIED MECHANICS 

WA.S MERITED BY 

WALTER S. KLOS. 



NEXT IN MERIT: 



JAMES C. CASSERLY. 



DONOR 



Mr. JOSEPH T. JONES. 
Gulfport, Miss. 



62 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



Proficiency in the Use of Instrument 
in the Senior Brass Band. 



WAS MERITED BY 



MAXIMIN D. TOUAET. 



NEXT IN MERIT 



ALFRED H. HYMBL, DOMINGO J. VILLAMIL. 



DONOR: 



DR. angelo festorazzi. 



Mobile, Ala. 



63 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



Proficiency in the Use of Instrument 
in the Junior Brass Band. 



WAS MERITED BY 



JAMES G. RAPIER, 



NEXT IN MERIT 



CHARLES TAIT. DAVID P. HYMEL. 



DONOR 



MR. WILLIAM MCDONNELL, 

Mobile, Ala. 



64 



Distribution of Premiums. 



Graduating Classes. 



PHILOSOPHY. 



EXCELLENCE. 

PREMIUM: 
WILLIAM A. MCADAM. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

BUXTON L. LAYTON. 



SUPERIOR COMMERCIAL. 



FIRST PREMIUM : 

JOSHUA J. BROWN. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

AMASA D. STOLLENWERCK. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

CLARENCE GOETTE. CLARENCE A. COSTELLO. 



65 



Classical Course 



RHETORIC. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Maximin D. Touart. 

DISTINGUISHED: ♦ 

Emilio E. Yillamil. John A. Boudousquie. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Maximin D. Touart. 

SECOND PREMIUN: 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Emilio E. Villamil. Ferdinand L. Larue. 



66 
LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Maximin D. Touart. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Emilio E. Villamil. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Joseph M. Walsh. Ferdinand L. Larue. 

GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Maximin D. Touart. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Emilio E. Villamil. William H. Villamil. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM ; 

Maximin D. Touart. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Emilio E. Vilamil. Julius 0. Meininger. 



67 
MATHEMATICS. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Maximin D. Touart. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Ferdinand L. Larue. 

DISTINGUISHED. 

Joseph M. Walsh. Emilio B. Villamil. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Maximin D. Touart. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

DIST NGUISHEi): 

William H. Villamil. Emilio E. Villamil. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

James C. Casserly. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

William H. Villamil. Ferdinand L.Larue. 



68 

POETRY. 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

J. Earle Mannoccir. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

John H. Quinn. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Thomas P. NorWlle. John 0. Hauway. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Thomas P. Norville. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

J. Earle Mannoccir. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Francis A. Giuli. John H. Quinn. 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

, Thomas P. Norville. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Francis A. Giuli. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

J. Earle Mannoccir. Eugene V. Costello. 



69 



GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Thomas P. Norville. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Eugene V. Costello. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

J. Earle Mannoccir. John G. Scott. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Eugene V. Costello. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

J. Earle Mannoccir. 

DISTINGUISHED; 
l 

Vivian McCormick. John H. Quinn. 

GEOMETRY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

J. Earle Mannoccir. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Thomas P. Norville. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John H. Quinn. John 0. Hanway. 



70 
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FiRST PREMIUM: 

John H. Quinn. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

J. Barle Mannoccir. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Thomas P. Norville. Vivian McOormick. 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Francis A. Giuli. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Thomas P. Norville. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John H. Quinn. John 0. Hanway. 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Francis A. Giuli. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

J. Earle Mannoccir. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John H. Quinn. John C. Hanway. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Eugene V. Costello. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Louis Blouin. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Thomas P. Norville. Francis A. Giuli. 



71 



FIRST GRAMMAR. 



EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Henry K. Badeaux. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Bichard J. Wallace. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Paul R. Adamson. Francis R. Blouin 

Joseph J. Kelly. 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Richard J. Wallace. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Paul R. Adamson. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Bernard S. Fahy. Joseph J. Kelly. 



t?„ ™~.,~ f Ernest A. Burguieres. 
Ex aequo j Jameg Q * f _ 



72 



Bernard S. Fahy. 



Richard J. Wallace. 



Joseph J. Kelly. 



James G. Rapier. 



LATIN. 

IIRST PREMIUM: 

Joseph J. Kelly. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Paul R. Adamson. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

James G. Rapier. 
GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Paul R. Adamson. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

James G. Rapier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Bernard S. Fahy. 
ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

James G. Rapier. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Bernard S. Fahy, 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Francis R. Blouin. 
MATHEMATICS. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Richard J. Wallace. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph J. Kally. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Ernest A. Burguieres. 



Richard J. Wallace. 



Joseph J. Kelly, 



Paul R. Adamson. 



Bernard S. Fahy. 



73 



Bernard S. Fahy. 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Paul R. Adamson, 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Richard J. Wallace. 

DISTINGUISHED : 



James G. Rapier. 



Ernest A. Burguieres. 
BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

James G. Rapier. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Bernard S. Fahy. 

DISTINGUISHED: 



Ernest A. Burguieres. 



Bichard J. Wallace. 



Thomas Y. McOarty. 



Joseph J. Kelly. 
ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Paul R. Adamson. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

James G. Rapier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Solomon H. Frederic. 



Bernard S. Fahy. 



James. G. Rapier. 



PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Henry R. Badeaux. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Francis R. Blouin. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Solomon H. Frederic. 



Joseph L. Ory, 



74 



SECOND GRAMMAR. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Edward J. Devinney. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

D. Troy Hails. 

DISTINGUISHED : 



George G. McHardy. 



Thomas J. McGrath. 



D. Troy Hails. 



EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Edward J. Devinney. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

George G. McHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED: 



Bennie J. Kern. 



D. Troy Hails. 



LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Edward J. Devinney. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

George G. McHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

George A. Lasseigne. 
Loyola T. Cowley. 



Loyola T. Cowley. 



75 
GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Edward J. Devinney. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

George G. McHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Thomas J. McGrath. 



D. Troy Hails. 



Bennie J Kern. 



D. Troy Hails. 



ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Edward J. Devinney. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

D. Troy^ails. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

George G. McHardy. 
ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Edward J. Devinney. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Bennie J. Kern. 



Thomas J. McGrath, 



DISTINGUISHED 



George G. McHardy. 



Thomas J. McGrath. 



Bennie J. Kern. 



76 
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Edward J. Devinney. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

George G. McHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Thomas J. McGrath. 



D. Troy Hails 



ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Walter J. Lambert. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Thomas**. McGrath 



George G. McHardy. 



DISTINGUISHED 



Bennie J. Kern 



D. Troy Hails. 



PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

George G. McHardy. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Walter J. Lambert. 



DISTINGUISHED : 

Thomas J. McGrath. David P. Hymel 

Charles H. Smokey. 



77 






THIRD GRAMMAR. 

SECTION A. 
CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

George C. Whipple. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Hinton A. Touart. 



Charles C. Thibaut. 
Raymond J. Costello. 



Charles C. Thibaut. 
Nicholas L. Vickers, 



Charles A. Sriber. 
Charles C. Thibaut. 



DISTINGUISHED 



EXCELLENCE. 



Austin McG. Wagner, 
Otis B. McAdam. 



FIRST PREMIUM : 

George C. Whipple. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph A. O'Leary. 

DISTINGUISHED : 



•Hinton A. Touart. 
Otis B. McAdain. 



Charles C. Thibaut. 
Henry A. Burguieres. 



LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

George C. Whipple. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Joseph A. O'Leary. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Austin McG. Wagner. 
Hinton A. Touart. 
GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joseph A. O'Leary. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

George 0. Whipple. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Nicholas L. Vickers. 
Hinton A. Touart. 



78 



ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

George 0. Whipple. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph A. O'Leary. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Charles C. Thibaut. Austin McG. Wagner 

Nicholas L. Vickers. Frederic W. Miller 

ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Joseph A. O'Leary. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

George 0. Whipple. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Otis B. McAdam. Hinton A. Touart. 

Nicholas L. Vickers. Austin McG. Wagner. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

George 0. Whipple. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph A. O'Leary. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Henry A. Burguieres. John J. Neely. 

Charles C. Thibaut. William Norville. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Charles A. Sriber. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Austin McG. Wagner. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

George C. Whipple. Chase Spotswood. 

Kaymond J. Costello. John J. Neely. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

George C. Whipple, 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Charles A. Sriber. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Hinton A. Touart. Nicholas L. Vickers. 

Otis B. McAdam. John J. Neely 



79 

THIRD GRAMMAR. 

SECTION B. 
CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIKST PREMIUM : 

Webster J. Whipple. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John Doherty. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Charles Tait. Sidney A. Bonvillain. 

Nestor L. Keith. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Webster J. Whipple. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph H. Norville. John^Doherty. 

Nestor L. Keith. 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Nestor L. Keith. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Webster J. Whipple. Joseph H. Norville. 

Charles Tait. 

GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Nestor L. Keith. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph H. Norville. WebsterJJ. Whipple. 

Edwin J. Staub. 



80 



George A. Juge. 



ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Joseph H. Norville. 

DISTINGUISHED : 



Thaddeus St. Martin, 



George A. Juge 



Charles Tait. 
ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

John Doherty. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Webster J. Whipple. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Nestor L. Keith. 
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

John Doherty. 
SECOND PREMIUM: 

George A. Juge. 

DISTINGUISHED : 



Joseph H. Norvilie. 



Joseph H. Norville. 



Francis A. Cannon, 
ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

John J. Kennard. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Francis S. Cannon. 

DISTINGUISHED : 



Webster J. Whipple. 



Charles Tait. 



Webster J. Whipple. 



John Doherty. 



Joseph H. Norville. 
PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Nestor L. Keith. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

George A. Juge. 



Charles Tait. 



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Commercial Course. 



FIRST COMMERCIAL. 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Thomas H. McHatton. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph H. Duchamp. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

P. Leo Kearns. Raoul F. Reynaud. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Thomas H. McHatton. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

P. Leo Kearns. 

DISTINGUISHED:. 

Vernon C. Becker. Joseph H. Duchamp. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : # 

Thomas H. McHatton. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Sidney H. Toujan. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Harry H. Clark. Raoul F. Reynaud. 



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GEOMETRY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Thomas H. McHattou. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Joseph H. Duchamp. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Charles A. Savini. P. Leo Kearns. 

NATURAL PHILOSOPHY AND CHEMISTRY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Thomas H. McHatton. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph H. Duchamp. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Charles A. Savini. P. Leo Kearns. 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Thomas H. McHatton. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph H. Duchamp. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

P. Leo Kearns. Charles A. Savini. 



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HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Thomas H. McHatton. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Vernon 0. Becker. 



Charles A. Savini. 



DISTINGUISHED : 



P. Leo Kearns. 



BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Thomas H. McHatton. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

P. Leo Kearns. 



Charles A. Savini. 



DISTINGUISHED : 



Sidney S. Patout. 



ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Thomas H. McHatton. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Eaoul F. Reynaud. 



P. Leo Kearns. 



DISTINGUISHED : 



Sidney S. Patout. 



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SECOND COMMERCIAL. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

David W. Stafford. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Frank R. Villavaso. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Camille P. .BrowD. Clyde N. Blanchette. 

John E. Hooper. George A. Choppin. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

John E. Hooper. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

David W. Stafford. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

■Canaille P. Brown. William 0. McHardy. 

Frank R. Villavaso. Clyde N. Blanchette. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Camille P. Brown. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

David W. Stafford. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

George A. Choppin. Joseph R. McDonald. 

John E. Hooper. Richard Anton. 



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BOOK-KEEPING. 



FIRST PREMIUM: 

John E. Hooper. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

George A. Ghoppin. 

DISTINGUISHED : 



William C. McHardy. 
David W. Stafford. 



Frank R. Villavaso. 
Richard Antom 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 



David W. Stafford. 
Oamille P. Brown. 



FIRST PREMIUM: 

John E. Hooper. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Frank R. Villavaso. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

William A. Staehle. 
Joseph R. McDonald. 



MATHEMATICS. 



FIRST PREMIUM : 

John E. Hooper. 

SECOND PREMIUM 

Richard Anton. 

DISTINGUISHED : 



William 0. McHardy, 
Eley A. Blanchette. 



David W. Stafford. 
Camille P. Brown. 



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ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Clyde N. Blanchette. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

George A. Choppin. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

William C. McHardy. Albert M. Darragh. 

David W. Stafford. William A. Staehle. 



PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joseph R. McDonald. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Marc J. Dufilho. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

David W. Stafford. John B. Hooper. 

Camille P. Brown. Albert M. Darragh. 



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THIRD COMMERCIAL 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Kenneth M. Gaiennie. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Theodore Blanchette. 

DISTINGUISHED : 



Seth E. Hebert. 



Bmile W. Dupont, 



EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Kenneth M Gaiennie. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Emile W. Dupont. 



DISTINGUISHED : 



Theodore Blanchette. 



Seth E. Hebert. 



ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Kenneth M. Gaiennie. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Emile W. Dupont. 

DISTINGUISHED : 



Julian P. Quintero. 



Rene Esnard 



Mark J. White. 



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ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Emile W. Dupont. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Kenneth M. Gaiennie. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Kenneth M. Gaiennie. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Seth E. Hebert. 



Rene Esnard. 



Emile W. Dupont. 



Albert Doiron. 



DISTINGUISHED : 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Kenneth M. Gaiennie. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Seth E. Hebert. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Emile W. Dupont. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Seth E. Hebert. 



Rene Esnard. 



Rene Esnard. 



Mark J. White. 



DISTINGUISHED : 



Albert Doiron 



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PREPARATORY. 



Peter H. Deubler. 



Edmond Zimmer. 



Brmilo Escalante. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Dick Taylor Stauffer. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Henry Deubler. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Gilbert LeBaron. 
EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Dick Taylor Stauffer. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Gilbert LeBaron. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Griswold Whipple. 
ENGLISH GRAMMAR. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Gilbert LeBaron. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Secundino Escalante. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Eugene Duchamp. 
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY, 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Dick Taylor Stauffer. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Ermilo Escalante. 



Griswold Whipple. 



Henry Deubler. 



Henry Deubler. 



Secundino Escalante. 



DISTINGUISHED : 



Abelardo Anton. 



Henry Deubler. 



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ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Ermilo Escalante. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Secundino Escalante. 

DISTINGTISHED: 

Edmond Ziinmer. Eugene Duchamp. 

Abelardo Anton. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Griswold Whipple. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Gilbert LeBaron. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Dick Taylor Stauffer. Francis J. Blanchard. 

Ermilo Escalante. 

SPELLING. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Gilbert Lebaron. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Dick Taylor Stauffer. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Peter H. Deubler. Griswold Whipple. 

Henry Deubler. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Ermilo Escalante. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Abelardo Anton. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Secnndino Escalante. Alfred M. LeBorgne. 

Eugene Duchamp. 



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JVtodetfn Languages. 



FRENCH. 



FIRST CLASS. 

PREMIUM : 

Ferdinand L. Larue. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

P. Lestang Sarpy. 
SECOND CLASS. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

George A. Lasseigne. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Oscar Keynaud. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Henry A. Badeaux. Francis E. Blouin. 

THIRD CLASS 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Eugene V. Oostello. 

SECOND PREMIUM: , 

John J. Kelly. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Charles 0. Thibaut. Edward J. Devinney. 

George 0. Whipple. 



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GERMAN. 



PREMIUM : 

J. Earle Mannoccir. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

William A. Staehle. 



SPANISH. 



FIRST CLASS. 

PREMIUM : 

Maximin D. Touart. 

DISTINGUISHED; 

Ferdinand L. Larue. 
SECOND CLASS. 

PREMIUM: 

Richard J. Wallace. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Oscar Reynaud. D. Troy Hails. 



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Special Classes. 



PENMANSHIP. 

JUNIOR DIVISION. 

SECTION A. 

PREMIUM: 

Marc J. Dufilho. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

David W. Stafford. Walter J. Lambert. 

Joseph R. McDonald. Paul R. Adamson. 

SECTION B. 

PREMIUM: 

Nestor L. Keith. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. James G. Rapier. 

George 0. Whipple. Francis R. Blouin. 

SECTION C. 

PREMIUM : 

Nicholas L. Vickers. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Charles A. Sriber. Thomas J. McGrath. 

Hinton A. Touart. Brmilo Escalante. 



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DRAWING. 

ARCHITECTURAL. 

PREMIUM : 

Marc J. Dufilho. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Henry J. Rapier, Charles A. Sriber. 

MECHANICAL. 

PREMIUM: 

Walters. Klos. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Maurice B. Reilly. 
ORNAMENTAL. 

PREMIUM: 

David P. Hymel. 
ENGINEERING. 

PREMIUM : 

James C. Oasserly. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John A. Boudousquie. 



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MUSIC. 

PIANO. 
DIVISION A. 

PREMIUM : 

John E. Hooper. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Domingo J. Villamil. Thomas H. McHatton. 

Charles H. Smokey. 

DIVISION B. 

PREMIUM : 

Marc J. Dufilho. 

DISTINGUISHED:: 

Nicholas L. Vickers. Maurice B. Reilly. 

Joseph M. Walsh. 

VIOLIN. 
SECTION A. 

PREMIUM: 

Maximin D. Touart. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Alfred H. Hymel. George M. Kenedy. 

DIVISION B. 

PREMIUM : 

P. Leo Kearns. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Emilio E. Villamil. Thomas J. Burns. 

Seth E. Hebert. 



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FLUTE. 

PREMIUM: 

David P. Hymel. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John A. Boudousquie. Hinton A. Touart. 

Julian P. Quintero. 



CORNET. 

PREMIUM: 

James G. Eapier. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Clarence A. Oosteilo. Nestor L. Keith. 



MANDOLIN. 

PREMIUM ; 

James G. Eapier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Francis E. Blouin. John J. Neely. 



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STENOGRAPHY. 

PREMIUM : 

Joseph E. McDonald. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Vernon 0. Becker. Robert Sandoz. 



TYPE-WRITING. 

PREMIUM: 

Clyde N. Blanchette. 

DISTINGUISHED. 

Vernon 0. Becker. Frank S. Cannon 






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Premiums 



FOR 



FOUR OR MORE DISTINCTIONS. 



WILLIAM H VILLAMIL. 
JOHN 0. HANWAY. 
ERNEST A. BURGUIERES. 
OTIS B. McADAM. 
JOHN J. NEELY. 
CHARLES 0. THIBAUT. 
NICHOLAS L. VICKERS. 
CHARLES TAIT. 
CHARLES A. SAVINI. 
WILLIAM C. MCHARDY. 
RENE ESNARD. 



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$oll of Bono*, 



The following students were distinguished during the year 
for Good Conduct and Application. 

(The Highest number of Marks Attainable is ioo.) 

SENIOR DIVISION. 



Buxton L. Layton 100 

William A. McAdam 100 

James McKeon 100 

P. Lestang Sarpy 100 

Alfred H. Hymel 100 

Maximin D. Touart 100 

Emilio E. Villamil 100 

Joseph M. Walsh 100 

J. Earle Mannoccir 100 

John H. Quinn 100 

Ernest A. Burguieres 100 

Bernard S. Fahy 100 

Bennie J. Kern 100 

Dennis O. Boudreaux 100 

Joshua J. Brown 100 

Clarence Goette 100 

Walter S. Klos 100 

Robert Sandoz 100 

Amasa D. Stollenwerck 100 

Joseph H. Duchamp 100 

Thomas H. McHatton 100 

Charles A. Savini 100 



Camille P. Brown 100 

John E. Hooper 100 

Seth E. Hebert 100 

Albert Doiron 100 

John A. Boudousquie 99 

Domingo J. Villamil 99 

Raoul F. Reynaud 99 

Leonard C. Darragh 99 

Theodore Blanchette 99 

John C. Hanway 98 

Francis S. Cannon 98 

Eley A. Blanchette 98 

Rene Esnard 98 

Secundino Escalante 98 

Bennie Blanchette 96 

Mark J. White 96 

Junius Levron 94 

George A. Juge.. 93 

Harry I. Clark 92 

Sidney S. Patout 92 

Walter S. Fossier 87 

Henry A. Burguieres 83 



100 



JUNIOR DIVISION. 



Francis A. Giuli 100 

Thomas P. Norville 100 

James G. Kapier 100 

Solomon H. Frederic 100 

Loyola T. Cowley 100 

Edward J. Devinney 100 

George A. LasseigDe 100 

George G. McHardy 100 

Maurice E. Reilly 100 

Oscar Rey naud 100 

D. Troy Hails 100 

Sidney A. Bonvillain 99 

Edward J. Staub 99 

Clyde N. Blanchette 99 

Ferdinand L. Larue 98 

William H. Villamil 98 

Julius C. Meininger 97 



John Doherty.. 97 

Julian P. Quintero 97 

Thomas J. McGrath 96 

Otis B. McAdam y0 

Charles Tait 96 

William A. Staehle 95 

Frederic W. Miller 93 

Hinton A. Touart 93 

Francis R. Blouin 92 

Albert J. Danos 92 

John J. Neely 88 

Nicholas L. Vickers 86 

Nestor L. Keith 85 

Charles C. Thibaut 83 

Th omas B urns 82 

Austin McG. Wagner 80 

William C. McHardy 80 



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Acknowledgments. 



THE PRESIDENT AND FACULTY WISH TO EX- 
PRESS THEIR GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT 
TO THE FOLLOWING PERSONS FOR DONA- 
TIONS TO THE MUSEUM, LIBRARY 
AND STUDENTS' CHAPEL. 



Mr. and Mrs. J. H. KEARNS, Lebanon, Ky. 

Very Rev. W. POWER, S. J. 

Mr. P. C. HANNON, Mobile, Ala. 

Prop. PAUL C. BOUDOUSQUIE,. Mobile, Ala. 

Dr. WILLIAM MASTIN, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. STANISLAUS GILLOW, S. J. 

Mr. LEO M. BELLOCQ, S. J. 

Mr. CLARENCE A. COSTELLO. 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE. 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Rev. WILLIAM J. TYRRELL, S. J. 

PRESIDENT. 

Rey. FRANCIS X. TWELLMBYBR, S. J. 
Rev. JAMES J. McLOUGHLIN, S. J. 
Rev. THEOBALD W. BUTLER, S. J. 
Rev. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J. 



FACULTY 



fVl'O I 



v /Rev. WILLIAM J. TYRRELL, S. J. 

PRESIDENT. 

I'jRev. FRANCIS X. TWELLMEYER, S. J. 

VICE-PRESIDENT. 

Prefect of Studies and Discipline. 
v4tEV. JAMES J. McLOUGHLIN, S. J. 

SECRETARY. 

v£ev. THEOBALD W. BUTLER, S. J. 

CHAPLAIN. 

REV. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J. 

TREASURER. 

/ttEV. JAMES DE POTTER, S. J. 

Lecturer on Christian Doctrine. Professor of Mental Philosophy 
in the Classical Course. Librarian. 

cdlL. ANTHONY L. KUNKEL, S. J. 
Professor of Mechanics, Astronomy, Physics and Chemistry. 

.Rev. M. OLIVER SEMMES, S. J. 
Professor of Mental Philosophy in the Commercial Course. 

ykm. JOHN MCCREARY, S. J. 
Professor of English in Superior Commercial Class. 



--Rev. JOHN H. MEYER, S. J. 

Mathematics. German. Stenography. 

^Bev. JOHN D. FOULKES, S. J. 
Rhetoric. French 

vRey. LOUIS A. PARIS, S. J. 
Poetry. French. 

t*BV. LOUIS G. BASHNAL, S. J. 
First Grammar Glass. 

v*R. LEON M. BELLOCQ, S. J. 
Second Grammar Class, Section A. French. 

^Mb DANIEL M. CRONIN, S. J. 
Second Grammar Class, Section B. 

\A&m. EDWARD A. GAFFNEY, S. J. 
Third Grammar Class, Section A. 

^ilR. ROBERT M. BROOKS, S. J. 
Third Grammar Class, Section B. 

^Rev. PAUL FAGET, S. J. 
Special Latin, Greek and English — Spanish. 

SMk. FRANCIS X. FINEGAN, S. J. 
First Commercial Class. Typewriting. 

v^EV. MICHAEL KENNY, S. J. 
v^Ir. PETER P. MCDONNELL, S. J. 
Second Commercial Class. Bookkeeping. 



EV. EDWARD I. FAZAKERLEY, S. J. 
Third Commercial Class. French, 

v, Mr. STANISLAUS GILLOW, S. J. 
Preparatory Class. Spanish. 

l^EV. JOSEPH B. FRANCKHAUSER, S. J. 
Algebra. Geometry. 



PREFECTS 



EBV. JOHN McCREARY, S. J. 

Rev. M. OLIVER SEMMES, S. J. 

Rev. JOSEPH B. FRANCKHAUSER, S. J. 

Mr. PETER P. MCDONNELL, S. J. 



ASSISTANT PREFECTS. 



Mr. FRANCIS X. FINEGAN, S. J. 
Mr. STANISLAUS GILLOW, S. J. 
Mr. DANIEL M. CRONIN, S. J. 



'Mr. AUGUST STAUB, ) 

[ Professors of Music. 
Mr. ANGELO SUFFICH, ) 

, Mr. PAUL BOUDOUSQUIE, A. M. 
Professor of Drawing and Galigraphy. 

yt\ M. MASTIN, M. D. 

Attending Physician, 



Prospectus. 



PRING HILL COLLEGE is built on a rising ground, five 
miles distant from Mobile and elevated one hundred and 
fifty feet above the sea-level. It enjoys a constantly 
refreshing breeze, which renders its situation both agreeable 
and healthy. The surrounding woods afford the most pleasant 
summer walks. A never-failing spring at the foot of the hill, 
and within the college grounds, furnishes an abundant and 
lasting supply of water to a beautiful lake where the students 
may safely enjoy the beneficial exercise of swimming. Long 
experience has proved that, owing to its position, the College 
is entirely exempt from those diseases which prevail at certain 
seasons in the South. 

The College was incorporated in 1836 by the Legislature 
of Alabama, with all the rights and privileges of a university 
and empowered in 1840 by Pope Gregory XVI, to grant de- 
grees in Philosophy and Theology. 

The Directors of the Institution are members of the So- 
ciety of Jesus, which, from its origin, has devoted itself to the 
education of youth. They will endeavor to show themselves 
deserving of the confidence reposed in them by evincing on all 
occasions a paternal solicitude for the health and comfort of 
those entrusted to their charge, by sparing no pains to pro- 
mote their advancement, and by keeping a careful and active 
watch over their, conduct. The exercise of their authority 
will be mild, without being remiss, in enforcing that strict dis- 
cipline and good order so essential for the proper culture of 
both mind and heart. By this two-fold education, which is 
based upon Religion and Morality, they will exert all their 



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energies not only to adorn the minds of their pupils with use- 
ful knowledge, but also to instil into their hearts solid virtue 
and a practical love of the duties which they will have to dis- 
charge in after life. 

The public worship of the Institution is that of the Cath- 
olic Religion. However, pupils of other denominations are re- 
ceived, provided that, for the sake of order and uniformity, 
they are willing to conform to the exterior exercise of worship. 

The plan of instruction is established on a large scale, and 
is calculated to suit not only the wants, but also the progress 
of society. It consists of three principal courses, under the 
names of Preparatory, Commercial and Classical. 

I. The Preparatory Course is intended to last one year, 
and embraces Spelling, Writing, the elements of English 
Grammar, History, Geography, Arithmetic and Christian Doc- 
trine, so as to fit the younger students for a higher class in 
either the Commercial or Classical Course. 

II. The Commercial Course is intended to last four 
years. First Year. — Corresponding to the first year of the 
Classical Course, Latin and Greek excepted. Second Tear. — 
Corresponding to the second and third years of the Classical 
Course, Latin and Greek excepted. Third Tear. — Correspond- 
ing to the fourth year of the Classical Course, Latin and Greek 
excepted. To the ordinary branches of the Classical Course 
is added an Elementary Course of Natural Philosophy. Fourth 
Tear. — Corresponding to the fifth and sixth years of the Class- 
ical Course, Latin and Greek excepted. 

III. The Classical Course is intended to last six years, 
as follows : First Tear. — Inferior Grammar Class. Second 
Tear. — Middle Grammar Class. Third Tear. — Superior Gram- 
mar Class. To these classes belong a graduated teaching of 
the Latin, Greek and English Grammars, with corresponding 
oral and written exercises, and easy essays in Composition, 
besides Penmanship, Bookkeeping, History, Geography, Arith- 
metic, Algebra, Declamation and Christian Doctrine. Fourth 
Tear. — Poetry Class. Fifth Tear. — Ehetoric Class. In these 
classes, besides Latin and Greek, special attention is paid to 
Analysis and to Descriptive, Narrative, Poetical and Oratorical 



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Composition; also to Algebra, Geometry. Trigonometry, Sur- 
veying, Analytical Geometry, and to the Evidences of Religion. 
Sixth Tear — Philosophy. This class embraces the study of 
Logic, Metaphysics and Ethics, which are taught in Latin; 
also Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Astronomy, Higher Math- 
ematics and the Evidences of Religion. At the end of this 
course, the degree of A. B. is conferred on such as are, on ex- 
amination, found deserving of the honor. A second year of 
Philosophy at the college, attended with success, or a two 
years practice in a learned profession, will entitle to the de- 
gree of A. M. 

Although these three courses embrace, respectively, one, 
four and six years, still the period may be protracted, as no stu- 
dent will be allowed to pass into a higher class unless he has 
undergone a successful examination at the end of the academic 
year. No promotion takes place in consequence of the exam- 
ination at the end of the first term, except in behalf of uncom- 
mon talent and application. 

French, German, Spanish, form separate courses, are op- 
tional, and are taught without extra charge. 

The age of admission is from nine to fifteen years. It is 
required that the pupils know previously how to read and 
write. 

Any one coming from another school or college must 
exhibit satisfactory testimonials from the directors of tbe same 
and subject himself to an examination, which will determine 
what class he has to enter. 

Towards the end of each term a report is sent to the pa- 
rents or guardians, stating the condition of health, conduct, ap- 
plication, progress, rank in class, together with the result of 
the semi-annual examination. Every month, marks of merit or 
demerit are publicly proclaimed, sanctioned by reward or 
penalty. 

Leave of absence will not be granted to the students, ex- 
cept for reasons deemed imperative by the President of the 
College. 

Correspondence of the students is subject to the inspec- 
tion ot the Vice-President. 



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All books must be submitted to the inspection of the Vice- 
President, before they can be allowed circulation in the Col- 
lege. The use of tobacco is not permitted. No boxes con- 
taining provisions are allowed to be sent to the students ex- 
cept during the Christmas holidays. 

The necessary outfit for each student comprises at least 
two suits clothes, one overcoat, two pair of shoes, two hats 
or caps, six shirts, six undershirts, three night shirts, twelve 
collars, six pairs of drawers, twelve pairs of socks, twelve 
handkerchiefs, six neckties, six towels, two bath towels six 
napkins, brushes, combs and other toilet requisites. 

All articles of clothing must be marked with the student's 
name in full: the other articles must be marked at least with 
his initials. 

In regard to visits, the following regulations are earnestly 
recommended to the attention of parents, as they intimately 
concern the advancement of the students and the good order 
of the College. 

1st. The time for visiting those students whose parents 
live in Mobile, or vicinity, is on Sundays and Thursdays, from 
1 to 5 p. m., in winter, and from 3 to 6 p. m. in summer. 

2d. Students from Mobile, who have obtained satisfactory 
marks for conduct and application, are allowed to visit the city 
on the first Thursday of each month. If, however, for any rea- 
son students go to Mobile during the month, this privilege 
will not be granted. The other students whose parents live at 
a greater distance, are not allowed to go to the city, ex- 
cept when visited on holidays by their parents or guardians, 
and accompanied by them. 

3rd. All visitors, even parents, should avoid, as much as 
.possible, withdrawing the pupils from class or study. 

TERMS. 
PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 

Entrance Fee, first year only $ 10 00 

Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and Bedding, per annum 300 00 

Medical Fees, per annum . ... .. 10 00 



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Students of the Philosophy Class and of the first Commer- 
cial Class pay $10 for the philosophical apparatus and supply 
of chemicals. Graduation fees, $10 00. 

EXTRA CHARGES. 

Drawing per month $ 5 00 

Piano, per month 8 00 

For use of piano , 1 00 

Violin or Flute, per month 8 00 

Vocal Music, per month 4 00 

Brass Instrument, per month 8 00 

Stenography, per month 2 00 

Typewriting, per month 2 00 

Vacation at College, for students too distant from home 80 00 

N. B. — 1. No deduction is made for any absence less 
than a month, and when made, it is only for board and tuition 
2. Books and stationery are furnished by the College at the 
expense of the parents. 3. No advance is made by the Col- 
lege for Books, Clothing, Travelling, Dentistry, Pocket Money, 
etc., beyond the deposit left with the Treasurer. Therefore, 
parents who desire the College to furnish their sons with any 
article must, besides the paying of charges, advance a certain 
sum for the purpose, and renew it when exhausted. All pocket 
money should be deposited with the Treasurer, and the quan- 
tity to be allowed specified — for instance, 25 cents per week. 
4. When, at the end of the session, the students are to be sent 
home, all accounts must have been previously settled and the 
travelling expenses forwarded, if the balance on deposit should 
be insufficient. 

For further information apply to the 

Rev. W. J. TYRRELL, S. J., President. 



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GENERAL ORDER OF CLASS DAYS. 



SUMMER ORDER. 

5:30 A. M Rising. 

5:50 " Prayer, Mass, Study. 

7:15 " , Breakfast. 

7:30 " Recess. . 

8:15 " Class. 

9:30 " Recess. 

9:35 " Class. 

10:45 " .._ Recess. 

11:00 " Study, Special Classes. 

12:00 M Dinner. 

12:30 P. M Recess. 

1:30 " Study, Class. 

4:30 " Lunch, Recess. 

5:00 " Study. 

6:30 " Recess. 

7:00 " Supper. 

7:15 " Prayers, Recess. 

7:55 " Study. 

8:45 " Dormitory. 

WINTER ORDER. 

6:00 A. M Rising. 

5:15 P. M Study. 

6:15 " Recess. 

6:25 " Study. 

7:15 " Supper. 



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Course of Studies 



FOR THE 



Decree of Bachelor of Rvts. 



PHmosoPHV cuflss. 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Eeligious Instruc- 
tion. Lectures. 

Logic and Metaphysics — Jouin's Prselectiones Philosophise. 
Lectures by the Professor. 

Ethics — Jouin's Elementa Philosophise Moralis. Lectures by 
the Professor. 

Mathematics — Mechanics. Geometrical Optics. Elements of 
Differential and Integral Calculus. 

Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Professor. 

Natural Philosophy — Avery's Natural Philosophy. Lectures 
by the Professor. 

Chemistry — SheparcTs Chemistry. Lectures on Inorganic* and 
Organic Chemistry. 

t^HHTO^IC GLlflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Schouppe's Course of Religious Instruc- 
tion. Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Cicero — Pro Ligario, Pro Milone, Pro Marcello, Pro 
Lege Manilia. Horace— Odes, Epodes, Satires and Epis- 
tles, Tacitus — Annals. 

Greek — Demosthenes — De Corona, Philippics. St. John Chry- 
sostom — Eutropius. Sophocles — (Edipus Tyrannus, Anti- 
gone. iEschylus — Prometheus Bound. 



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English — Copped Oratorical Composition. De Oolonia. 

Analysis of the Masterpieces of American and British 

Orators. Analysis of the speeches in Milton's Paradise 

Lost. 
Mathematics — Solid Geometry. Trigonometry, Plane and 

Spherical. Surveying. Analytical Geometry. 
History— Modern History, from the Crusades to the present 

epoch. 
Geography — Mitchell's Ancient completed. 
Elocution — Once a week. 

POETRY CliRSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part III. 

Practical Instructions. 
Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Prosody. Cicero — In Verrem, Pro 

Archia Poeta. Livy. Virgil's iEneid Books I and II; 

Book V, Description of the Public Games ; Book IX, Nisus 

and Euryalus. Horace — Odes, Ars Poetica. 
Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Dialects, Prosody. Homer's Iliad. 

Euripides — Iphigenia in Aulis, Hecuba. 
English — Coppen's Practical Introduction to English Rhetoric. 

De Colonia. Murray's Lessons in English Literature. 

Shakespeare — Julius Caesar, Macbeth. Choice Specimens 

of Lyric, Elegiac and Didactic Poetry. 
Mathematics— Algebra reviewed. Plane Geometry. 
History-^ Modern History, from Augustus to the Crusades. 
Geography — Mitchell's Ancient. 
Boole keeping — Double Entry. 
Elocution — Once a week. 

FI^ST G^AM^RS CliflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part II. 

Practical Instructions. . 
Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax repeated with all the notes, 

etc. Cicero — In Catilinam. Sallust — Catilina, Jugurtha. 

Virgil — Eclogues, I, IV, IX; Georgics. 



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Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax, Accents. Xenophon — 
Anabasis. 

English — Harvey's Grammar — Syntax reviewed. Elements of 
Composition. Goldsmith — Traveller, Deserted Village. 
Gray's Elegy. 

Mathematics — Arithmetic reviewed. Wentworth's School Al- 
gebra. 

History — Outlines of Ancient History. 

Geography — Sadlier's Excelsior — Asia, Africa, Oceanica. 

Book-keeping — Single Entry. 

Elocution — Once a week. 

Penmanship — Daily Practice. 

SECOND Gt*RJVUV[AH CliflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. Prac- 
tical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology repeated with all the 
notes, etc.; Syntax without the notes. Caesar — De Bello 
Gallico. Nepos. Phsedrus. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Contract nouns, adjectives, verbs ; 
tense formations, verbs in mi ; deponent verbs, verbal 
adjectives ; irregular verbs ; adverbs, prepositions, con- 
junctions ; easier rules of Syntax. Lucian — Dialogues. 

English — Harvey's Grammar. Syntax. Selections from Irv- 
ing's Sketch Book. 

Arithmetic — From percentage to the end. 

Algebra — Wentworth's School Algebra. 

History — Hassard's United States. 

Geograyhy — Sadlier's Excelsior — Central America, South 
America, Europe. 

Elocution — Once a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 

THi^fc Gt*flnvqvrA$ en ass. 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 
Practical Instructions. 



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Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology without the notes; 

easier rules of Syntax. Epitome Historic Sacrse. 

Cicero— Letters. 
Greek— Yenni's Grammar — Nouns, adjectives, regular verbs. 

^Esop's Fables. 
English — Harvey's Grammar. Tales from Shakespeare. 
Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — Decimals, Multiples 

and Measures, Common Fractious, Compound Quantities. 
History — Kerney's United States. 
Geography — Sadlier's Excelsior — North America. 
Elocution — Once a week. 
Penmanship — Daily practice. 



Course of Studies 



IN THE 



Commercial Classes 



SUPEt^IO^ CCOTWE^CIRIi CLiflSS. 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Eeligious Instruc- 
tions — Lectures. 

Logic and Metaphysics — Coppens* Logic and Mental Philosophy. 
Lectures by the Professor. 

Ethics — Coppens' Moral Philosophy. Lectures by the Pro- 
fessor. 



17. 

English— Coppens' Oratorical Composition. Analysis of the 

Masterpieces of American and British Orators. Analysis 

of the speeches in Milton's Paradise Lost. 
Mathematics — Solid Geometry. Trigonometry, Plane and 

Spherical. Surveying. Analytical Geometry. Mechanics. 
Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Professor. 
Natural Philosophy — Avery's Natural Philosophy. Lectures 

by the Professor. 



pi^ST COJVLJVLBlRCIRIl CliflSS. 



Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Parts II and 
III. Practical Instructions. 

English — Coppen's Practical Introduction to English Khetoric. 
Murray's Lessons in English Literature. Shakespeare — 
Julius Csesar, Macbeth. Choice Specimens of Lyric. Ele- 
giac and Didactic Poetry. 

Mathematics — Arithmetic reviewed. Algebra completed. Plane 
Geometry. 

Natural Philosophy — Avery's Elements. Lectures by the 
Professor. 

Chemistry — Shepard's Elements. Lectures by the Professor. 

History — Outlines of Ancient and Modern History. 

Geography — Sadlier's Excelsior — Asia, Africa, Oceanica. 

Book-keeping — Double Entry. 

Elocution — Once a week. 



SECOND COJVIlVlE^Cmii CliflSS. 



Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part 1. Prac- 
tical Instructions. 

English — Harvey's Grammar — Syntax, Elements of Composi- 
tion. Selections from Irving's Sketch Book. Goldsmith 
— Traveler, Deserted Village. 



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Mathematics — Wentworth's Arithmetic— From Percentage to 
the end. Wentworth's Algebra, to Equations of the Sec- 
ond Degree. 

History — Hassard's United States. 

Geography — Sadlier's Excelsior — Central America, South 
America, Europe. 

Book-keeping— Single Entry. 

Elocution — Once a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 

TfiilRt) commE^cmii cnflss. 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 

Practical Instructions. 
English — Kernel's Grammar and Exercises. Gilmour's Fourth 

Reader. 
Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — Decimals, Multiples, 

Common Fractions and Compound Quantities. 
History — Kerney's United States. 
Geography — Sadlier's Excelsior. North America. 
Elocution — Once a week. 
Penmanship — Daily Practice. 



Pt*e palpatory s Coarse of Studies, 



Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 

Practical Instructions. 
English — Kerney's Grammar — Etymology. Gilmour's Third 

Eeader. Creery's Speller. 
Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic. 
History— Gilmour's Bible History. 
Geography — Sadlier's Primary. 
Penmanship — Daily Practice. 



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THESES 
PROPUGNANDAE AD GRADUM A. B 

. . IN . . 

Collegio S. Josephi Spring Hill, 

DIE 21 JUNII, 1903. 



EX LOGICA, 



1. Veritas logica turn simplici apprehensioni turn judicio 
inest. 

2. Falsitas logica non simplici apprehensioni, sed soli 
judicio inest. 

H 3. Scepticismus sive ut factum sive ut doctrina absurdus 
est. 

4. Certa est existentia corporum a nobis distinctorum. 

5. Auctoritas testimonii humani protest gignere certitu- 
dinem. 

6 Ratiocinio comparari protest cognitio nova et certa. 

7. Inductio incompleta aliquando potest gignere certitu- 
dinem de existentia alicujus legis physicse. 

8. Neque divina revelatio neque communis consensus 
neque testimonium conscientise est supremum criterium v^ri- 
tatis. 

9. Evidentia objectiva est supremum criterium veritatis. 



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EX ONTOLOGIA. 

1. Notio entis est simplicissima et communissima et per- 
fecte praescindit ab omnibus differentiis. 

2. Omne ens est unum, verum et bonum. 

3. Oonceptus substantias et causae sunt objective reales. 

EX COSMOLOGIA. 

1. Mundus creatus est cujus finis est extrinseca gloria Dei. 

2. Miracula sunt possibilia et aliquando cognoscibila. 

EX PSYOHOLOGIA. 

1. Existit principium vitale quod anima vocatur. 

2. Anima humana est essentialiter et integraliter simplex 
et spiritualis. 

3. Anima humana est natura sua incorruptibilis et in per- 
petuum existet. 

4. Intellectus est facultas inorganica et spiritualis. 

5. Homo in multis actionibus est praeditus libertate. 

EX THEOLOGIA NATUEALI. 

1. " Deum existere " non est propositio immediate nobis 
evidens. 

2. Existentia Dei probatur argumentis metaphysicis, phys- 
icis et moralibus. 

3. Deus est ens perfectissimum, infinitum, unicum, aeternum. 

4. Deus gubernat omnes res providentia sua. 

5. Pantheismus est absurdus. 

EX ETHIOA. 

1. Einis ultimus naturalis hominis est perfecta beatitudo 
naturalis, cujus objectum est solus Deus. 

2. Sunt actiones natura sua bonae vel malae. 

3. Moralitas actionis concrete spectatae derivatur ex ob- 
jecto, ex fine et ex circumstantiis. 



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4. Homo protest mereri apud Deum actibus suis. 

5. Existit lex naturalis cujus generaliora prsecepta non 
possunt lgoorari invincibiliter ab nomine qui habet usum 
rationis. 

6. Homo tenetur Deo exhibere cultum turn internum turn 
externum. 

7. Si Deus voluerit revelare aliquam religionem, homo 
tenetur earn amplecti cum sufficienter ei innotescit ; nine ab- 
surdus est indifferentismus in religione. 

8. Suicidium, mendacium et duellum prohibibentur lege 
naturali. 

.9 Homo habet jus naturale acquirendi proprietatem trans- 
itoriam et stabilem. 

10. Prima acquisitio proprietatis nititur in occupatione 
effectiva rei quae erat nullius. 

11. Homo est natura sua socialis: 

12. Auctoritas civilis gaudet potestate legislativa, execu- 
tiva et judiciaria. 

13. Auctoritas civilis habet jus atrociora quaedam crimina 
plectendi psena capitis necnon jus belli gerendi. 

14. Jus educandi liberos pertinet ad solos parentes, hinc 
monopolium scholarum repugnat juri naturali. 



OAND1DATI: 

Boudousquie, John A. Touart, Maximin D. 

Oasserly, James C. Villamil, Domingo J. 

Hymel, Alfred H. Villamil, Emilio E. 

Larue, Ferdinand L. Villamil, William H. 

Meininger, Julius 0. Walsh, Joseph M. 



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Problems 



Proposed at the Competitive Examination iov the 
Gold JVLedal in the fiatut«al Seienees. 



1. — Steam at 100°C. is passed into 120 grams of water at 10°C. 
until the temperature rises to 35°C, and the mass of 
water has increased to 125 gms. What is the latent 
heat of vaporization of water in lesser calories? 

2. — The resistance from plate to plate in a certain electric 
bath is 0.9 of an ohm. You wish to pass through it the 
strongest current you can get from 20 DanielPs cells, 
each with a resistance of 1 ohm. How would you group 
the cells? 

3. — Six gravity cells, for each of which the E. M. F. = 1.05 
volt, and r=0.5 ohms, are joined in series. Three wires 
X. Y and Z, whose resistances are severally 3, 30 and 
300 ohms, can be inserted between the poles of the 
battery. Determine the current which flows when each 
wire is inserted separately; also determine that which 
flows when they are all inserted at once in parallel. 

4 How many grams of salt are needed to prepare 90 litres of 

01., when the thermometer raads 25°C, and the barom- 
eter stands at 758 mm.? 

5. — A 10-lb iron weight is dropped from the top of a cliff and 
after 61 sees, is heard to strike the ground below. 
What amount of heat is developed by the impact, and 
to what temperature would the weight be raised if all 
the heat thus produced were spent in heating the iron? 
Temperature at the time of the experiment 31°0. 



Catalogue of Students 

1902--1903. 

*<Adamson, Paul E. Baltimore, Md. 

iXlvey, Blewett M. Beaumont, Tex. 

vXlvey, Henry Beaumont, Tex. 

Andrews, Elmore Alexandria, La. 

kAnton, Abelard J. Havana, Cuba. 

ponton, John R s Havana, Cuba. 

i^CuSFELD, Walter Montgomery, Ala. 

Justin, David H. Tampa, Fla. 

vBadeaux, Henry R. Norah, La. 

uBatchelder, George Brookhaven, Miss. 

Decker, Vernon Mt. Vernon, Ala. 

uBlanchette, Benjamin Beaumont, Tex. 

^lanchette. Clyde N..... Beaumont, Tex. 

vBlanchette, Bley A.... Beaumont, Tex. 

i^Blanchette, Theodore Beaumont, Tex. 

^§lanchard, Francis J New Orleans, La. 

«<6lanchard, Herman ....New Orleans, La. 

i^lanchard, Hugh J...... New Orleans, La. 

*£louin, Francis R. .* Lafourche Crossing, La. 

vBlouin, Louis H. t Lafourche Crossing, La. 

lBonvillain, Sidney A..: Glencoe, La. 

fBouDousQUiE, John A Mobile, Ala. 

i/6roderick, George A. J. New Orleans, La. 

lBreard, Robert _ Monroe, La. 

\xBrierre, Henry R. New Orleans, La. 

UBrown, Camille P. ........ .„, Franklin, La. 

aBurgkjieres, Henry A. New Orleans, La. 

f£uRGUiERES, Ernest A. New Orleans, La. 

v^urns, Thomas J Mobile, Ala. 

K3annon, Francis S Greenville, Miss. 

M3asserly, James C ...New Orleans, La. 

^€lark, Henry A. Jacksonville, Fla. 

V<5lark, Louis E. Jacksonville, Fla. 



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v/Corbin, Cecil G Yazoo City, Miss. 

mOostello, Eugene V. Chattanooga, Tenn. 

tOosTELLO, Raymond J Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Rowley, Loyola T Mobile, Ala. 

>Danos, Albert J. Plaquemine, La. 

>Davis, Edward T Columbus, Ga. 

kUAVis, Richard P Mobile, Ala. 

vDevinney, Edward J. Montgomery, Ala. 

/f)OHERTY, John Beaumont, Tex. 

' Doiron, Albert J Houma. La. 

>Duchamp, Eugene A...Y... St. Martinvillle, La. 

^Duchamp, Joseph H \ St.. Maitinville, La. 

vDufilho, Marc J. K New Orleans, La. 

k6ugas, Gaston J Sunset, La. 

: Dugas, Zenton, J. Sunset, La. 

v£)upont, Emile W...^ Houma, La. 

Endom, Frederic Monroe, La. 

I-Escalante, Ermilo E. Merida, Yucatan. 

vEscalante, Secundino Merida, Yucatan. 

vEsnard, Rene Matanzas, Cuba. 

Vespalla, Joseph G Mobile, Ala. 

iEstrada Ernesto G Merida, Yucatan. 

• Fabacher, Lawrence B...V. New Orleans, La. 

-Fernandez, James Tampa, Fla. 

Dossier, Walter S. New Orleans, La. 

vFrancez, Laennec H....!^. Carencro, La. 

^Gaiennie, Kenneth M. Lecompte, La. 

KiiULi, Angelo F Mobile, Ala. 

^Gutierrez, Felipe Cienfuegos, Cuba. 

v^ails, Daniel Troy Montgomery, Ala. 

<-Hanlon, John W ' Key West, Fla. 

vHanway, John C. Greenville, Miss. 

vHarang, Edmond L Larose, La. 

vHarty, Emmet L. Greenville, Miss. 

v/Hazelton, Franklin Spring Hill, Ala. 

vMebert, Seth E Beaumont, Tex. 

v^iriart, Sebastian M Plaquemine, La. 

v/tloFFMAN, Beverly W... New Orleans, La. 



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Cooper, John E Mobile, Ala. 

#*Iountha, Joseph M..U New Orleans, La. 

Hunter, Warren Selma, Ala. 

v-Hymel, Alfred B....2 Killona, La. 

HI ymel, David P Killona, La. 

kTamerson, Julian L Sandersville, Ga. 

Jenkins, Felix J. Montgomery, Ala. 

wJijmonville, Walter J Crowley, La. 

Yearns, Leo P. Lebanon, Ky. 

i/Keith, Nestor L Ovalle San Jose, Costa Eica. 

££elly, John J Mobile, Ala. 

Kenedy, George M Laredo, Tex. 

Kennedy, John G.....«^. Algiers, La. 

j^Kern, Benjamin J Yazoo City, Miss. 

Lambert, Eoland E. .¥..., New Orleans, La. 

Lambert, Walter J. New Orleans, La. 

vJjANGE, George New Orleans, La. 

tdjARUE, Ferdinand L. .^. New Orleans, La. 

c^Lasseigne, Gborge A. .^ Laplace, La. 

i«IjEAL, Felipe S... Merida, Yucatan. 

vIjeBaron, Gilbert Mobile, Ala. 

cIjeBorgne, Alfred M. New Orleans, La. 

*Mannoccir, James Earle Memphis, Tenn. 

iMcAdam, Otis B Montgomery, Ala. 

^cOarty, Thomas Y. Sandersville, Ga. 

\McCormick, Vivian Yazoo City, Miss. 

^McDonald, Joseph E..... Palm Beach, Fla. 

^cEUrdy Joseph J...Y. New Orleans, La. 

^KTc:Hardy, William C. ¥. New Orleans, La. 

JflfcHATTON, Thomas H Macon, Ga. 

cMcMahon. Edward J. X.. New Orleans, La. 

i^eador, Benjamin Winchester, Miss. 

^eininger, Julius C Galveston, Tex. 

*$Tellen, Grenville J New Orleans, La. 

^Mellen, William F New Orleans, La. 

/^Tiller, Edward New Orleans, La. 

^Miller, Frederic W. Mobile, Ala. 

^miller, William, \J. New Orleans, La. 



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Mistric, Angelas v . ! Leonville, La. 

Mistric, Oscar J... I: Leonville, La. 

Monteleone, Anthony........ New Orleans, La. 

Monteleone, Benjamin....!^. „ New Orleans, La. 

,Moore, James T Perdue Hill, Ala. 

$Ioragne, Francis Tulane Gadsden, Ala. 

[Morales, Herman L.....^ New Orleans, La. 

iNeely, Duggan T. Mobile, Ala. 

iNeely, John J Mobile, Ala. 

Neely, Peter E Mobile, Ala. 

Kelson, John Mobile, Ala. 

w$orville, Joseph H. Mobile, Ala. 

vNorville, Thomas P Mobile, Ala. 

Norville, William J Mobile, Ala. 

O'Leary, Joseph A Montgomery, Ala. 

\ ORy, Daniel J. Laplace, La. " 

Ory, Joseph L Lions, La. ^ 

V^ister, Florance M New Orleans, La. * 

^Philips, P. Tarleton New Orleans, La. ^ 

vPrados, Rufus H New Orleans, La.l/ 

^jjinn, John H. Sandersville, Ga. 

v ^agle, Edward ....Old Fort, N. 0. 

vRamirez, Jose S. Managua, Nicaragua. > 

vj£ansdell, John Alexandria, La. K- 

\Rapier, Henry A New Orleans, La. 1 ' 

xRapier, James G. . Mobile, Ala. 

vBeggio, Paul B -..New Orleans, La. 

USeilly, Maurice E. New Orleans, La. v 

^eynaud, Oscar Lutcher, La. 

HBiEYNAUD, Raoul F Lutcher, La. 

vRoemer, Paul 0. Galveston, Tex. 

vRougon, Frederic F Oscar, La. 1 

Rounds, R. Kenneth. Meehan Junction, Miss. 

i^alvaggio, Anthony Beaumont, Tex. 

\JSarrazin, John Scranton, Miss. 

v&evilla Adriano J. New Orleans, La.lA 

vSevilla, Antonio E New Orleans, La. w/ 

vSkelly, Joseph P. New Orleans, La. 



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Msmokey, Charles H Plaquemine, La. * 

^potswood, Chase W Mobile, Ala. 

^potswood, Henry 1 Mobile, Ala. > 

Briber, Charles H New Orleans, La. ^ 

W&taehle, William A New Orleans, La. y 

UStaub, Edwin J Spring Hill, Ala. 

^jauffer, Dick Taylor New Orleans, La. v 

W3t. Martin, Thaddeus I Houma, LaV^ 

vgfuLLiVAN, Eussell Pensacola, Fla. 

Supple, Joseph M Bayou Goula, La/ 

#Jait, Charles A New Orleans, La. 

^heriault, Louis Houma, La. */ 

i^THiBAUT, Charles C. DeL Donaldsonville, La.v 

UFouart, Hinton A Summerville, Ala. 

*Touart, Maximin D ..Suinmerville, Ala. 

^erdeja, Octave Cardenas, Cuba. 

^Terdeja, Oscar Cardenas, Cuba. 

Dickers, Nicholas L. Mobile, Ala. 

u^illamil, Domingo J Havana, Cuba. 

*"v"illamil, Emilio E Havana, Cuba. 

^illamil, William H Havana, Cuba. 

OTillavaso, Francis R New Orleans, LaX 

«¥illavaso, Oswald K New Orleans, La. u 

I^izard, Anthony J New Orleans, La. 

I^6orhies, Kirby St. Martinville, La.U 

i^aoner, Austin McGraw Mobile, Ala. 

Wagner, John H Mobile, Ala. 

Wallace, Richard J McComb City, Miss. 

Walsh, Joseph M Mobile, Ala. 

^Walsh, Richard L Mobile, Ala. 

Whipple, Goerge Carroll Chicago, 111. 

^Whipple, Griswold A Chicago, 111. 

^Whipple, Webster J Chicago, 111. 

CWilkinson, Zolliecoffer Greenville, Ala. 

S^itherell, Carl Chicago, 111. 

^itherell, Robert Chicago, 111. 

Wooddy, NelsonS New Orleans, La.^ 



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A. M. D.G. 



Societies. 



SODALITY OFTHE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. 

The object of this Society is to cultivate among its mem- 
bers a religious spirit, and the practice of devotion to the 
Mother of God. 

OFFICERS. 

Rev. J. DePotter, S. J Director. 

M. D. Touart Prefect. 

J. M. Walsh First Assistant. 

J. H. Quinn Second Assistant. 

T. H. McHatton Secretary. 

J.' G. CaSy} Sacrhtians. 

D. J. Villamil Organist. 





MEMBERS. 




P. R. Adamson. 


E. J. Devinney, 


A. H. Hymel, 


D. H. Austin, 


A. J. Doiron, 


P. L. Kearns, 


V. 0. Becker, 


J. H. Duchamp 


F. L. Larue, 


C. N. Blanchette, 


J. G. Dugas, 


J. E. Mannoccir, 


J. L. Blouin, 


J. Z. Dugas, 


O. B. McAdam, 


J. A. Boudousquie, 


J. Fernandez, 


T. Y. McCarty, 


C. P. Brown, 


W. S. Fossier, 


J. C. Meininger, 


E. A. Burguieres, 


L. H. Francez, 


T. P. Norville, 


H. A. Burguieres 


F. A. Giuli, 


J. G. Rapier, 


F. S. Cannon, 


F. Gutierrez, 


E. E. Villamil, 


H. A. Clark, 


D. T. Hails, 


W. H. Villamil, 


J. E. Hooper, F. 


R. Villavaso. 



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SOCIETY OF THE HOLY ANGELS. 



This Society has for its object to foster among the younger 
students a spirit of filial love for the Blessed Virgin, the Queen 
of Angels, and to encourage them in the practice of virtue and 
piety. 

OFFICERS. 



Rev. L. A. Paris, S. J Director. 

A. McG. Wagner Prefect. 

O. Keynaud First Assistant. 

A. Danos Second Assistant. 

G. A. Lasseigne Secretary. 

L - 0owle y 1 Sacristans. 

E. Staub j 



MEMBERS. 



R. Blouin, 
S. Bonvillain, 
L. Clark, 
J. Espalla, 
J. Hanlon, 
N. Keith, 
G. LeBaron, 
J. McHardy, 
F. Miller. 



D. Neely, 
J. Nelson, 
W. Norville, 
P. Reggio, 
A. Salvaggio. 
J. Skelly, 
0. Spotswood, 
H. Spotswood. 



J. Supple, 
0. Thibaut, 
H. Touart, 
N. Vickers, 
A. Vizard, 
G. C. Whipple, 
G. Whipple, 
W. Whipple. 



CANDIDATES, 



G. Broderick, 
L. Fabacher, 
E. Harty, 



P. Neely, 
J. O'Leary, 
R. Prados, 
L. Walsh. 



H. Rapier, 
A. J. Sevilla, 
A. E. Sevilla, 



30 



THE APOSTLESHIP OF PRAYER 



IN UNION WITH 



The Sacred Heart of Jesus 



This Association aims at training its members to put on 
the spirit of Jesus Christ in the practice of prayer and other 
good works, by seeking in them the interests of His Sacred 
Heart, viz: The "glory of God and the salvation of souls." 



Rev. M. O. Semmes,S. J., Director. 



PROMOTERS. 



SENIOR DIVISION. 

J. Boudousquie, 
J. Casserly, 
J. 0. Han way, 
B. Kern, 
E. Mannoccir, 
M. Touart, 
J. Walsh. 



JUNIOR DIVISION. 

A. Danos, 

G. A. Lasseigne, 

A. E. Sevilla, 

J. Skelly, 

H. Touart, 

A. Wagner, 

G. 0. Whipple. 



31 



ALTAR BOYS' ASSOCIATION 



This Society is established to add solemnity to Divine 
Worship, and to cherish in the hearts of its members devotion 
to the Blessed Sacrament. 



OFFICERS. 



Mr. Peter P. McDonnell, S. J Director. 

A. McG. Wagner.... Prefect. 

L. T. Cowley Secretary. 

J. G. Espalla Censor. 





MEMBERS. 




G. Broderick, 


J. Nelson, 


A. J. Sevilla, 


L. Clark, 


O. Reynaud, 


H. A. Touart, 


L. Fabacher, 


E. Staub, 


A. Vizard, 


N. Keith, 


J. Skelly, 


Geo. Whipple, 


A. LeBorgne, 


A. Salvaggio, 


Gris. Whipple, 


J. McHardy, 


H. Spotswood. 





32 , 
LITERARY SOCIETIES, 



The object of these Societies is the cultivation of eloquence 
by means of debates, dramatic readings, and declamations. 

SENIOR. 

OFFICERS. 
Rev. J. DePotter, S. J., Director. 

FIRST TERM. SECOND TERM. 

J. M. Walsh, J. M. Walsh President. 

J. E. Mannoccir, J. E. Mannoccir Secretary. 

J. 0. Oasserly, T. P. Norville Censor. 

MEMBERS. 
P. R. Adamson, J. 0. Hanway, P. T. Phillips, 

J. A. Boudousquie, F. L. Larue, J. H. Quinn, 

L. J. Blouin, J. C. Meininger, J. G. Rapier, 

E. V. Costello, J. H. McHatton, M. D. Touart, 

F. Giuli, T. Y. McOarty, W. H. Villamil, 

JUNIOR. 
OFFICERS. 

Rev- J. D. Fotjlkes, S. J Director. 

G. A. Lasseigne President. 

E. Andrews Secretary. 

C. C. Thibaut Censor. 

MEMBERS. 

L. T. Cowley, G. Lange, A. McG. Wagner, 

L. E. Harty, J. A. O'Leary, G. C. Whipple, 

J. M. Hountha, N. L. Vickers, W. Whipple. 

PHILOMATIC SOCIETY. 
OFFICERS. 

Mr. D. M. Cronin, S. J Director. 

B. J. Kern President. 

D. T. Hails Secretary. 

E. Harang Censor. 

MEMBERS. 

F. S. Cannon, J. Fernandez, K. Rounds, 
J. Doherty, O. McAdam, F. Rougon, 

G. Dugas, J. Neely, C. Tait, 

N. Wooddy. 



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SCIENTIFIC ACADEMY, 



This Association is intended to afford special opportuni- 
ties to the students of the Graduating Classes desirous of 
attaining greater proficiency in the Sciences than can be ob- 
tained in the class-room. 

Mr. A. L. Ktjnkel, S. J Director. 

D. Villamil President. W. Villamil Secretary. 

J. E. Anton, J. McDonald. 



WEATHER BUREAU 



The object of this Society is to take meteorological obser- 
vations and display the various weather signals for the benefit 
of the Faculty and Students and those living in the neighbor- 
hood of the College. 

Mb. A. L. Ktjnkel, S. J Director. 

T. H. Mc Hatton, V. C. Becker, 

A. H. Hymel, J. R. Anton. 



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THE SP^IfiG HIUU I^EVlEUl. 

PUBLtISf4ED BY 

TJ4E STUDENTS OF SPl^IfiG JilULi COIillEGE, 

JVIOBIliD, RUR, 



STAFF. 

Rev. J. De Potter, S. J Moderator. 

J, M. Walsh, Jr., >03 Editor -in- Chief. 

J. A. Boudousquie, 03,] 
J. H. Quinn, >04, | 

D. J. Villamill, >03, I Associate Editors. 

J. B. Mannoccir, 7 04, j 

A. F. Giuli, >04, J 

J. 0. Oasserly, >03, \ Athletic Editors. 

E. V. Oostello, >04, j 

M. D. Touart, >03, j Business Managers. 

T. H. McHatton, >03, j * 

T. P. Norville, ? 04, ) Advertising Managers. 

J. G. Rapier, >05. j y ■ 

Remittances, literary contributions and business letters 

should be addressed : 

THE SPRING HILL REVIEW, 

Spring Hill College, 

Mobile, Ala. 



35 

PHILHARMONIC SOCIETIES. 

The object of these societies is to add solemnity to religi- 
ous and literary festivals, and to give the members an oppor- 
tunity of improving themselves in the practice of instrumental 
music. 

SENIOR BRASS BAND. 

Rev. J. D. Fotjlkes, S. J President. 

Prof. A. J. Staub Director. 

OFFICERS. 

First Term. Second Term, 

M. D. Touart, M. D. Touart Vice President. 

A. H. Hymel, A. H. Hymel ..Secretary. 

D. J. Viliamil, E. E. Villamil Censor. 

MEMBERS. 

L. Blouin, G. M. Kenedy, 

J. A. Boudousquie, T. H. McHatton, 

H. A. Clark, J. H. Quinn, 

W. S. Fossier, J. G. Rapier, 

E. Harang, C. A. Tait, 

P. L. Kearns, W. H. Villamil. 

JUNIOR. 

Mr. R. M. Brooks, S. J President. 

Prof. A. Stjffich Director. 

OFFICERS. 
First Term. Second Term. 

H. A. Touart, M. E. Reilly Vice President. 

C. Sriber, H. A. Touart Secretary. 

G. A. Lasseigne. N. L. Vickers Censor. 

MEMBERS. 

E. Andrews, L. B. Fabacher, J. Nelson, 

F. R. Blouin, B. W. Hoffman, D. Ory, 

G. Broderick, D. P. Hymel, H. Rapier, 

R. J. Costello, N. Keith, W. C. Spotswood, 

E. Escalante, G. Lange, J. W, Supple, 

D. T. Stauffer. 



36 



COLLEGE ORCHESTRA 



OFFICERS. 
Rev. J. D. Foulkes, S. J. 



Prof. A. J. Staub. 



Prof. A. Suffich. 



MEMBERS. 



Rev. L. A. Paris, S. J., 

Mr. R. M. Brooks, S.J 

J. A. Boudousquie, 

R. Breard, 

T. J. Burns, 

L. Clark, 

C. A. Costello, 

J. Fernandez, 

E. Harang, 

J. E. Hooper, 

J. Hountha, 

A. H. Hymel, 

E.E. 



D. P. Hymel, 
P. L. Kearns, 
G. M. Kenedy, 
G. Lange, 
J. E. Mannoccir, 
T. H. McHatton, 
J. G. Rapier, 
M. E. Reilly, 

C. Tait, 

M. D. Touart, 
N. L. Vickers, 

D. J. Villamil, 
Villamil. 



COLLEGE CHOIR AND GLEE CLUB. 
OFFICERS. 

Rev. L. G. Bashnal, S. J Director. 

Prof. A. J. Statjb Organist. 

MEMBERS. 



V. 0. Becker, 
J. A. Boudousquie, 
H. A. Clark, 
J. Fernandez, 
J. C. Han way, 
J. E. Hooper, 



A. H. Hymel, 
T. H. McHatton, 

C. Tait, 

M. D. Touart, 

D. J. Villamil, 
F. Villavaso. 



37 
READING ROOM ASSOCIATIONS. 



These Associations are intended to encourage useful 
reading among the students. During the hours of recreation, 
they can have access to libraries of more than two thousand 
volumes, on various subjects, by the best ancient and modern 
writers. 



SENIOR. 

OFFICERS. 

Rev. John McOreaey, S. J... President. 

T. H. McHatton Vice President. 

M. D. Touart Sec' y and Treas. 

L. H. Blouin Librarian. 

P. L. Kearns Censor. 



JUNIOR. 

OFFICERS. 

Rev. Joseph B. Franckhauser, S. J President. 

0. 0. Thibaut Vice President. 

G. A. Lasseigne Secretary. 

T. J. Burns Treasurer. 

H. A. Touart, ) Librarian. 

E. Duchamp, j 



38 
BILLIARD ROOM ASSOCIATION. 



OFFICERS. 



Rev. John McCreary, S. J Director. 

T. H. McHatton President. 

M. D. Touart Secretary and Treasurer. 

L. J. Blouin, | Censors. 

P. L. Kearns, ) 



SPRING HILL COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS. 

Rev. John MoCreary, S. J Director. 

V. McCormick Captain Foot Ball Team. 

J. H. Quinn Captain Base Ball learn. 

V. 0. Becker Manager Foot Ball Team. 

J. C. Hanway Manager Base Ball Team. 



GYMNASIUM. 

OFFICERS. 

Ren. John McCreary, S. J Moderator. 

J. C. Casserly President. 

Y. McCormick Sec'y and Treas. 

E. Villamil, ) 

F. Cannon, [ Censors. 

T. Philips, J 



JUNIOR ATHLETIC CLUB. 

OFFICERS. 

REV. J. B. Franokhauser, S. J Moderator. 

G. Lange President. 

A. Danos... Sec'y and Treas. 

W. Norville Censor. 



39 



Class Holl, 1902-1903. 



PHiitOSOPfiV. 



S>3 



' Boudousquie, John A, 
t/feasserly, James 0. 
VSymel, Alfred H. 
vLarue, Ferdinand L. 
|/Meininger, Julius C. 



v^lpuin, Louis H. 
K5pstello, Eugene V. 
Ussier, Walter S. 
L-Cfiuli, Angelo F. 
^Hanway, John C. 



IXTpnart, Maximin D. 
\/Y#lamil, Domingo J. 
t^illamil, Bmilio E. 
i/Jillamil, William H. 
\/ Walsh, Joseph M. 



ftfiHTOt*IC. 

nnoecir, J. Earle. 
cCormick, Vivian, 
^prville, Thomas P. 
uJ*jMlips, Tarleton. 
v^rados, Bufus J. 
Quinn, John H. 



oi 



POETRY. 



6>> 



Adamson, Paul R, 
/^Badeaux, Henry A. 

Blouin, Francis B. 

"Burguieres, Ernest A. 
vDevinney, Edward J. 



^Hountba, Joseph M. 
VKelly, Joseph J. 
l^eOarty, Thomas Y. 
Vltopier, James G. 
v^allace, Richard J. 



^Br< 



pi^ST G$AJjq«A2l.- 



oC 



►roderick, George A 
v/ ^ljowley, Loyola T. 
V/Hails, D. Troy. 
VHarang, Edmond L. 
l/Kern, Bennie J. 



^Si 



VLasseigne, George A. 
^Mster, Florance M. 
vReilly, Maurice E. 
vReynaud, Oscar. 
URougon, Frederick F. 



ullivan, Bussell 0. 



40 o7 

SBCOJSLD G^fl^WI^fl^MMSection A. 

^Bonvillain, Sidney A. vMiller, Frederic W. 

/Doherty, John, V^orville, William J. 

Fernandez, James. Ory, Daniel J. 

^Harty, Emmet L. v^evilla, Antonio E. 

^Lambert, Eoland E. UStaub, Edwin J. 

L <Lange, George. X^Thibaut, Charles 0. 

vMcAdam, Otis B. Touart, Hinton A 

Mfclellen, Grenville, J. y Wagner, Austin McG. 

Whipple, Webster J. ^ 

SECOND GHRyLJJLRHySeetion fi. 

^Burguieres, Henry J. \/Rounds, R. Kenneth. 

VBurns, Thomas J. V&mokey, Charles H. 

VCannon, Francis S. v Spotswood, Chase W. 

\/Keith, Nestor L. V/Sriber, Charles, A. 

^/Lambert, Walter J. .St. Martin Thaddeus I. 

I Norville, Joseph H. ^Tait, Charles A. 

vb'Leary, Joseph A. dickers, Nicholas L. 
V /Whipple, George C. 
TfiI$D G^fl^mfl^HHSeetion A. 

VAlvey, Blewett M. VMoragne. Francis T. 

^Blanchard, Herman L. V&eely, Peter E. 

v^reard, Robert. vfiansdell, John. 

/Clark, Louis E. l^apier, Henry A. 

Vtjjostello, Raymond J. ^/Beggio, Paul B. 

^Danos, Albert J. VBalvaggio, Anthony. 

^Davis, Edward T. \Sfcelly, Joseph P. 

yfescalante, Ermilo E. Vvizard, Anthony J. 

vJliriart, Sebastian M. vWitherell, Karl, 

vyrfamerson, Julian L. tWitherell, Robert. 

TfiI**D Gl^flm^Ifl^HM^ection B. 

^nton, Abelard J. \J^orales, Herman L. 

[anion, John W. \^eely, Duggan A. 

Kennedy, John G. vSarrazin, John. 

jeBaron, Gilbert. l^Sevilla, Adriano J. 

I^IcHardy, Joseph J. /Spots wood, Henry I. 

'Mellen, William H. J&upple, Joseph M. 

"Mistric, Oscar J. vWhipple, Griswold A. 



41 



SUPE^IOI* COJVLJVTESCIflLli. 



/Becker, Vernon C. 
L^Duchamp, Joseph H. 



D?> 



Kearns, Leo P. 
l/McHatton, Thomas H. 



iXReynaud, Raoul F. 



j/Brown, Camille P. 
*Clark, Henry A. 



Anton, John R. 
^/Austin, David H. 
i^&anchette, Clyde N. 
^BJanchette, Eley A. 
j/Browr 
>€lark, 
t'Dayis, Richard P. 
JMpalla, Joseph G. 
I/Hooper, John E. 

SECOND 

^usfeld, Walter. 
^Andrews, Elmore. 
i/Blanchette, Theodore. 
t^Gorbin, Cecil G. 
^oiron, Albert J. 
vDufilho, Marc J. 
^ugas, Gaston J. 
iZmgas, Zenon J. 
t^upont, Emile W. 
I/Esnard, Rene. 



COJWJVlEHCIALi. 

Vyenkins, Felix, J. 

Kenedy, George M. 
LMcDonald, Joseph R. 
yfllcHardy, William C. 
VMoore, James T. 
^oemer, Paul C. 
v^iaehle, William A. 

Villavaso, Francis R. 
(/Wagner, John H. 

CO|VHVIE$Cmii. 

l/Francez, Laennec H. 
l/Gaiennie, Kenneth M. 
vfroffman, Beverly W. 
vfiunter, Warren, 
vfiymel, David P. 
vLeal, Felipe S. 
\/Monteleone, Anthony. 
V^Neeljr, John J. 
v6ry, Joseph L. 
vWooddy, Nelson S. 



c 



TfiIi*D COJ«I|WIEHCIflLi. 



U 



& b 



^Blanchette, Benjamin. 
(/Brierre, Henry R. 
^Duchamp, Eugene A. 
i/Endom, Frederic. 
(^EScalante, Secundino. 
vGutierrez, Felipe, 
t^ebert, Seth E. 
\>n*monville, Walter J. 
\/McMahon, Edward J. 

VWilkinsoD, 



fcMeador, Benjamin. ' C(d 
yMpnteleone, Benjamin. 
UNelson, John, 
gauffer, Dick Taylor, 
^verdeja, Octave. 
* V^erdeja, Oscar. 
^Villavaso, Oswald K. 
Woorhies, Kirby. 
^Walsh, Richard L. 
Zolliecoffer. 



42 

vAJf ey, Henry. \/LeBorgne, Alfred M. 

\/6atchelder, George. \/Miller, Edward. 

; felanchard, Francis J. v Miller, William. 

vBlanchard, Hugh. i Mistric, Angelas. 

VEstrada, Ernesto G. ^Eagle, Edward. 

Fabacher, Lawrence B. vEamirez, JosS S. 

VHazelton, Franklin. p^Theriault, Louis. 



43 



A. yi. D. G. 



Seventy-Thifd 

OF 

Spring Hill College, 

Wednesday, June 24, 1903, 

Rt 8:30 A. JVL 



44 



The JWaledietion 



(A DRAMA IN THREE ACTS.) 



CAST OF CHARACTERS. 

DON VASCO DE GOMEZ, a Spanish Nobleman J. C. Casserly 

DON ALONZO, his Son : J. M. Walsh 

DON LOPEZ, friend of Alonzo E. V. Costello 

TARIK, Commander of the Moorish Forces J. C Meininger 

PEDRO, a tenant of Don Vasco J. H. Quinn 

PEDRILLO T. H. McHatton 

FABRICIO J. G. Rapier 

IBRAHIM, a rich Sarracen J. E. Mannoccir 

JUANINO, a slave of Ibrahim F. L. Larue 

MENDOZA, a Spanish Knight J. C. Hanway 

MARIETTO 1 f P. R. Adamson 

BASILIO I Cnon .. nffi , orc J A. F. Giuli 

SANCHO S P anish ° fflcers j T. Y. McCarty 

VIRGILIO j I C. A. Tait 

Spanish Soldiers, Moorish Soldiers, Slaves, Etc. 



In the second act, Alonzo is called Almanzor, and, in the third, Fernando. 
In the second act Lopez is called Soliman. 



45 



Programme. 



MORNING JOURNALS— (Waltz) Strauss College Orchestra 

Salutatory M. D. Touart 

f Prof. A. Suffich 

(a) TRIO CONCERTANTE— (Three Flutes). ...Kummer { H. Touart 

I C. Baker 

(b) YELLOW JONQUILS— (Gavotte) Johanning College Orchestra 

ACT I. 

Scene i — Entrance to the Castle of Don Vasco de Gomez. 

VIOLIN CONCERTO, with Quintet accompaniment...^ccoZat/....M. D. Touart 

Scene 2 — The Same. 

FESTIVAL OVERTURE A. J. Staub College Orchestra 

(This Overture was composed by Prof. Staub for the Degree of Doctor 
of Music, on the occasion of his Silver Jubilee). 

ACT II. 

Scene— Interior of the Moorish Palace. 



f Rev. J. D, Foulkes, S. J. 

NORMA »| A. H. Hymel 

I Prof. A. Staub 
Duet for Clarinet and Violin with Piano Accompaniment. 

ACT III. 

Scene— A Village of Asturia. 

SILVER JUBILEE MARCH A. Suffich College Orchestra 

VALEDICTORY J. M. Walsh 



Conferring of Degrees. Award of Medals. 

Distribution of Premiums. 



fl. JR. D. G 



46 



The flpgamefit. 



The plot of this play is laid in Spain during the 
invasion of the Moors. Don Alonzo, son of Don Vasco 
de Gomez, a Spanish Knight, urged by ambition and 
persuaded by the evil counsels of Lopez goes over to 
the Moors, thus betraying his country and renouncing 
his God. He becomes a prince among the Moors, and 
in the progress of the war, his father falls into the 
hands of Tarik, the leader of the Sarracens. 

Tarik orders Alonzo to meet his father, and to 
endeavor to win him over to the faith of Mahomet. If 
Don Vasco refuses, he must die. Alonzo obeys; Don 
Vasco with righteous indignation repels him and calls 
down upon him a terrible malediction. Alonzo is 
stunned by the curse and loses his reason. 

Don Vasco manages to escape from the Moors and 
returns to the Spanish camp, where he finds Alonzo, 
who under the name of Fernando, has been received 
into the home of Pedro, a tenent of Don Vasco. After 
tome time Alonzo's reason returns, he abhors his crime, 
and dies fighting for his country against the Moors. 



47 



Conferring of Degrees 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF DIVINITY 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



*&ȣ<* 



ft 



Cbe Reverend Dionysitis Savage, 



%«* 



St. Peters Church, 
Montgomery, Alabama. 



48 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF MUSIC 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



professor August J* Staub, 

Alumnus of the Conservatory of Music, 
Stuttgart, Wurtemberg. 



Professor Staub has for the past twenty-five years 
been teaching music at the College. The occasion 
of his Silver Jubilee was chosen as most fitting to 
bestow upon the Professor the honor he has other- 
wise justly and meritoriously deserved. 



49 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF FINE ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED VPON 



(prof* ]|)aul C* ISoudousquie, B* ilft*, 



United States GoverDment Civil Engineer. 



50 



' 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



fcMILE H. REYNES, Jr., A. B. 
v/JAMES. J. MARTIN, A. B. 



51 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



<r MAXIMIN D. TOUART, 
JOSEPH M. WALSH, 
EMILIO E. VILLAMIL, 
FERDINAND L. LARUE, 
WILLIAM H. VILLAMIL, 
JULIUS 0. MEININGER, 
JOHN A. BOUDOUSQUIE. 
JAMES C. OASSERLY, 
ALFRED H. HYMEL, 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE GRADUATING 
CLASS WERE WON BY 

ilftaximin $♦ Gouart 






52 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 
WAS COFFER RED UPON 



TH 



HOMAS H. McHATTON, 

L JOSEPH H. DUCHAMP, 

VVERNON 0. BECKER, 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE COMMERCIAL 
COURSE WERE WON BY 

THOMAS H. MCHATTON. 



CERTIFICATES FOR THE COMPLETION OF 1HE 
COMMERCIAL COURSE WERE 
CONFERRED UPON 

P. LEO KEARNS, 

RAOUL F. REYNAUD. 



:$#** 



;€ 



»-R 









Ruuatfd of flledals. 



THE BISHOP'S MEMORIAL MEDAL, 



FOUNDED 



BY THE LATE 



RT. REV. BISHOP O'SULLIVAN, D. D. 



FOB 



EXCELLENCE IN CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 



AND 

ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, 

WAS MERITED BY 

iffiaximin $♦ ftouart 

NEXT IN MERIT 

J. EARLE MANNOCCIR, THOMAS P. NORVILLE, 

WILLIAM H. VILLAMIL. 



54 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 

BEST EXAMINATION IN CATHECHISM 

WAS MERITED BY 

Webster J* Mpple* 

NEXT IN MERIT : 

JOHN DOHERTY. GEORGE LANGE. 

DONOR: 

Rev. AMBROSE FONTAN, S. J., 
Selma, Ala. 



55 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



GOOD CONDUCT* 



IN THE SENIOR DIVISION 

WAS MERITED BY 

John £♦ 1boopei\ 

DONOR: 

Eev. d. beaudequln, s. J., 
Mobile, Ala. 

premium : 
MAXIMIN D. TOUART. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Frederic F. Rougon. Benjamin J. Kern, 

Emilio E. Villamil, Ernest A. Burguieres, 

David H. Austin, J. Earle Mannoccir, 

Angelo F. Giuli, Alfred H. Hymel, 

Joseph M. Walsh, Felipe S. Leal. 

*The Gold Medals for Good Conduct have been awarded by the votes of the 
students with the approbation of the Faculty. 



56 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



GOOD CONDUCT 

IN THE JUNIOR DIVISION 

WAS MERITED BY 

Hlkrt !♦ Danos* 

DONOR : 

REV. W. A. WILKINSON, S. J., 
Augusta, Ga. 

premium : 
LOYOLA T. COWLEY. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Paul B. Reggio, Anthony J. Vizard, 

Angelas Mistric, Joseph P. Skelly, 

Frederic Miller, Antonio E. Sevilla, 

Edwin J. Staub, Sidney A. Bonvillain, 

Joseph G. Espalla, George A. Lasseigne. 



57 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 



BEST COMPOSITION 



IN 



MENTAL PHILOSOPHY 



WAS MERITED BY 



Joseph /TO. OTalsb. 



DONOR: 



Eev. THOMAS P. OASSIDY, 



Tuscaloosa, Ala. 



58 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 

BEST ENGLISH COMPOSITION 

WAS MERITED BY 

Joseph M. Walsb. 

NEXT IN MERIT 

Eugene V. Costello, Thomas P. Norville, 

J. Earle Mannoccir, Ferdinand L. Larue. 

donor: 

Very Eev. 0. T. O'CALLAGHAN, D. D., V. G., 

Mobile, Ala. 



59 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 



BEST LATIN COMPOSITION 



WAS MERITED BY 



gmilio £. UHlamiL 



NEXT IN MERIT 



ANGELO F. GIULI. 



DONOR 



Eev. d. savage, d. d., 
Montgomery, Ala. 



60 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 



BEST GREEK COMPOSITION 



WAS MERITED BY 



James £arle .Aftannoccir* 



NEXT IN MERIT : 



ANGELO F. GIULI. 



DONOR: 



DR. T. A. DUGGAN, 
New Orleans, La. 



61 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



PHYSICAL SCIENCES 



WAS MERITED BY 



ilftaximin $♦ Gouart 



NEXT IN MERIT : 

JOSEPH M. WALSH. EMILIO E. VILLAMIL. 

THOMAS H. McHATTON. 



donor: 

Eev. P. A. O'KEILLY, 

Birmingham, Ala. 



62 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS 

(FIRST GRADE) 



WAS MERITED BY 



IRicbard J* Wallace. 



NEXT IN MERIT: 

MAXIM1N D. TOTJART. DAVID H. AUSTIN. 

JOHN B. HOOPER. " 



DONOR : 

MRS. E. SEVILLA, 
New Orleans, La. 



63 

THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS 

(SECOND GRADE) 
WAS MERITED BY 

6eor$e C Whipple. 

NEXT IN MERIT : 

FELIPE S. LEAL, R. KENNETH ROUNDS, 

JOHN DOHERTY. 



DONOR 



Mr. R, A. FINCH. 

TOULMINVILLE, ALA. 



64 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



EXCELLENCE IN ELOCUTION 



WAS MERITED BY 



James C* Casserly* 



NEXT IN MERIT : 

JOSEPH M. WALSH. AUSTIN McG. WAGNEE. 

LOUIS BLOUIN. 



DONOR 



Hon. C. L. LAVEETTA, 
Mobile, Ala. 



65 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



EXCELLENCE IN HISTORY 



WAS MERITED BY 



ilftaximin 2D. Couart 



donor: 

MAJOR PATRICK 0. HANNAX 
Mobile, Ala. 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT 



IN 



PENMANSHIP 

(JUNIOR DIVISION) 
WAS MERITED BY 

Webster J. Whipple 



donor: 



ME. ISIDORE G. JACOBSON, 



Mobile, Ala. 



67 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



The Best Examination in the Rudiments of 
Latin, Greek and English Grammar 



WAS MERITED BY 



IRokrt .flBcfc. IBreard. 



NEXT IN MERIT : 

JOSEPH P. SKELLY. ALBERT J. DANOS. 

EEMILO E. ESCALANTE. 



DONOR : 

MR. JULIAN M. SWOOP, 
New Orleans, La. 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



Proficiency in the Use of Instrument 
in the Senior Brass Band 



WAS MERITED BY 



Mred 1b. Ibymel 



NEXT IN MERIT: 



CHARLES A. TAIT. DOMINGO J. VILLAMIL. 



donor: 

Dr. ANGELO FESTORAZZI, 

Mobile, Ala. 



69 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



Proficiency In the Use of Instrument 
in the Junior Brass Band 



WAS MERITED BY 



fflestor %. Ikeitb. 



NEXT IN MERIT : 



HINTON A. TOUAET. EEMILO E. ESCALANTE. 



DONOR: 

MR. WILLIAM MCDONNELL, 
Mobile, Ala. 



70 



$oll of Honor 



The following students were distinguished during the year 
for Good Conduct and Application. 

(The Highest Number of Marks Attainable is ioo.) 

SENIOR DIVISION. 



John A. Boudousquie 100 

David H. Hymel 100 

Maximin D. Touart 100 

Domingo J. Villamil 100 

Emilio E. Villamil 100 

Joseph M. Walsh 100 

Walter S. Fossier 100 

Angelo F. Giuli 100 

John O. Hanway 100 

J. Earle Mannoccir 100 

P. Tarleton Philips 100 

John H. Quinn 100 

Benjamin J. Kern 100 

Frederic F. Eougon 100 

John Doherty 100 

James Fernandez 100 

Otis B. McAdain 100 

Thomas H. McHatton 100 

David H. Austin 100 

Camille P. Brown ...100 

John E. Hooper 100 

Zenon J. Dugas 100 

Felipe S. Leal. 100 

Walter J. 



Felipe Gutierrez 100 

Ernest A. Burguieres 100 

Thomas P. Norville 99 

Gaston J. Dugas 99 

Rene Esnard 99 

Nelson S. Wooddy.. 99 

Eugene V. Oostello 98 

D. Troy Hails 98 

William H. Villamil 97 

John J. Kelly 97 

Albert J. Doiron 97 

Ferdinand L. Larue 96 

Francis S. Cannon 96 

Secundino Escalante 96 

James O. Casserly 95 

Walter F. Ausfeld.. 95 

Joseph H. Duchamp 94 

Vernon C. Becker 94 

Frederic Endom 93 

Raoul F. Keynaud 92 

P. Leo Kearns 91 

Joseph M. McDonald 90 

Robert McG. Breard 89 

Jumonville, 86. 



JUNIOR 

Loyola T. Cowley 100 

Edwin J. Staub 100 

Antonio E. Sevilla 100 

Albert J. Danos 100 

Julian L. Jamerson 98 

Paul B. Beggio 98 

Joseph G. Espalla 96 

Gilbert LeBaron 96 

Frederic W. Miller 96 

Angelas Mistric 95 



71 

DIVISION. 

Joseph M. Supple 94 

Joseph J. McHardy..... 93 

Henry Alvey 91 

Anthony J. Vizard 90 

John Nelson 89 

Herman L. Morales 88 

Sidney A. Bonvillain 86 

Joseph P. Skelly 84 

George A. Lasseigne 80 

Hinton A. Touart 80 



72 



Distribution of Premiums. 



Graduating Classes 



PHILOSOPHY. 



EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

MAXIMIN D. TOUART. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

JOSEPH M. WALSH. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

BMILIO E. VILLAMIL. FERDINAND L. LARUE. 



SUPERIOR COMMERCIAL. 



PREMIUM , 

THOMAS H. McHATTON. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Joseph H. Duchamp. Vernon 0. Becker. 



73 



Classical Course 



RHETORIC. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

P. Tarleton Philips. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
DISTINGUISHED : 

Thomas P. Norville. 
John H. Quinn, Vivian McCorroick. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

J. Earle Mannoccir. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John H. Quinn. 

D1STINGUIHSED : 

Eugene V. Costello. Angelo F. Giuli 



74 
LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Thomas P. Norville. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

J. Earle Mannoccir. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Angelo F. Giuli. Eugene V. Costello. 

GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Angelo F. Giuli. 

SECOND premium: 

Thomas P. Norville. 

distinguished : 

Eugene V. Costello. J. Earle Mannoccir. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

J. Earle Mannoccir. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Eugene V. Costello. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Thomas P. Norville. John H. Quinn. 



75 

MATHEMATICS. 

(Trigonometry) 
FIRST PREMIUM : 

J. Earle Mannoccir. 

SECOND PREMIUM. 

Rufus J. Prados. 

DISTINGUISHED. 

Vivian McCormick. Thomas P. Norville, 

(Analytic Geometry) 
FIRST PREMIUM : 

J. Earle Mannoccir. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Eugene V. Costello. 

DISTINGUISHED. 

Angelo F. Giuli. John 0. Hanway. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Thomas P. Norville. 

SECOND PREMIUM. 

P. Tarleton Philips. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

J. Earle Mannoccir. John H. Quinn. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Louis Blouin. 
SECOND premium: 
Eugene V. Costello. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John 0. Hanway. P. Tarleton Philips. 






76 



POETRY. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Eichard J. Wallace. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

John J. Kelly. 

distinguished: 
Edward J. Devinney. James G. Eapier. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Richard J. Wallace. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

John J. Kelly. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Edward J. Devinney. Paul R. Adamson. 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Edward J. Devinney. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John J. Kelly. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Richard J. Wallace. James G. Rapier. 



77 
GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Eichard J. Wallace. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Paul R. Adamson. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John J. Kelly. Joseph M. Hountha. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Henry R. Badeaux. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

James G. Rapier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Edward J. Devinney. John J. Kelly. 

GEOMETRY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Richard J. Wallace. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
James G. Rapier. 
DISTINGUISHED : 

John J. Kelly. Ernest A. Burguieres. 



78 
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Paul R. Adamson. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

John J. Kelly. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Richard J. Wallace. Henry R. Badeaux. 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST premium: 
Edward J. Devinney. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Richard J. Wallace. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John J. Kelly. Henry R. Badeaux. 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Richard J. Wallace. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Ernest A. Burguieres. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

James G. Rapier. John J. Kelly. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Thomas Y. McOarty. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Paul R. Adamson. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

James G. Rapier. Joseph M. Hountha. 



79 



FIRST GRAMMAR, 



EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

D. Troy Hails. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Loyola T. Cowley. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Florance Pfister. George A. Lasseigne, 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Edmond L. Harang. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Frederic F. Kougon. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Loyola T. Cowley. D. Troy Hails. 



80 
LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

D. Troy Hails. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

George A. Lasseigne. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

George A. Broderick. Loyola T. Cowley. 

GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

D. Troy Hails. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Loyola T. Cowley. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Florance Pfister. George A. Lasseigne. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

D. Troy Hails. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

George A. Lasseigne. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Edmond L. Harang. George A. Broderick. 

MATHEMATICS. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Edmond L. Harang. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Frederic F. Rougon. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

D. Troy Hails. George A. Broderick. 



81 
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

D. Troy Hails. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Benjamin J. Kern. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

George A. Broderick. Edmond L. Harang.. 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Frederic F. Rougon. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

George A. Lasseigne. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Edmond L. Harang. Maurice E. Reilly. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Benjamin J. Kern. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

D. Troy Hails. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Frederic F. Rougon. Edmond L. Harang. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Florance Pfister. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Oscar Reynaud. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Frederic F. Rougon. Edmond L. Harang. 



82 

SECOND GRAMMAR, 

SECTION A. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John Doherty. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Webster J. Whipple. George Lange. 

Daniel J. Ory. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

John Doherty. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Webster J. Whipple. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. Charles 0. Thibaut. 

George Lange. 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Charles C. Thibaut. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Emmet L. Harty. Webster J. Whipple. 

Edwin J. Staub. 



83 
GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Webster J. Whipple. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John Doherty. George Lange. 

Charles 0. Thibaut. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

John Doherty. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Emmet L. Harty. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Sidney A. Bonvillian. James Fernandez. 

Edwin J. Staub. 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

John Doherty. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

James Fernandez. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Otis B. McAdam. Charles C. Thibaut. 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. 



84 
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

James Fernandez. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Webster J. Whipple. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John Doherty. Otis B. McAdam. 

Antonio E. Sevilla. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Austin McG. Wagner. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Webster J. Whipple. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Charles 0. Thibaut. Antonio E. Sevilla. 

Edwin J. Staub. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

John Doherty. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Webster J. Whipple. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. Grenville J. Mellen. 

James Fernandez. 



85 

SECOND GRAMMAR. 

SECTION B. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

George 0. Whipple. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Henry A. Burguieres. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Walter J. Lambert. E. Kenneth Rounds. 

Thaddeus I. St. Martin. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

George 0. Whipple. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

R. Kenneth Rounds. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Charles A. Tait. Francis S. Cannon. 

Nicholas L. Vickers. 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

George C. Whipple. 

8EC0ND PREMIUM: 

Thaddeus I. St. Martin. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

R. Kenneth Rounds. Joseph H. Norville. 

Joseph A. O'Leary. 



86 
GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Charles H. Smokey. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

George C. Whipple. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Joseph H. Norville. Charles A. Tait. 

Nicholas L. Vickers. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Francis S. Cannon. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

George C. Whipple. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Charles A. Tait. Thaddeus I. St. Martin. 

E. Kenneth Eounds. 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

George C. Whipple. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

B. Kenneth Eounds. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Thaddeus I.. St. Martin. Nicholas L. Vickers. 

Charles H. Smokey. 



87 
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

George 0. Whipple. 

SECOND PREMIUM: , 

E. Kenneth Bounds.; 

DISTINGUISHED: f 

Francis S. Cannon. Thomas J. Burns. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

George 0. Whipple. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Walter J. Lambert. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Francis S. Cannon. Charles A. Tait. 

Nestor L. Keith. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

George C. Whipple. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Walter J. Lambert. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Nestor L. Keith. Nicholas L. Viekers. 

Henry A. Burguieres. 



88 

THIRD GRAMMAR, 

SECTION A. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Raymond J. Costello. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Robert McG. Breard. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph P. Skelly. Peter B. Neely. 

Albert J. Danos. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Robert McG. Breard. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Raymond J. Costello. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph P. Skelly. Albert J. Danos. 

John H. Ransdell. 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Robert McG. Breard. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Ermilo E. Escalante. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph P. Skelly. Albert J. Danos. 

Raymond J. Costello. 

GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Robert McG. Breard. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Albert J. Danos. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Blewett M. Alvey. Joseph P. Skelly 

Julian L. Jamerson. 



89 



ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Sebastian M. Hiriart. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Kobert McG. Breard. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Albert J. Danos. Raymond J. Oostello. 

Joseph P. S'ketty. 

ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Robert McG. Breard. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Sebastian M. Hiriart. 

DISTINGUSHED: 

Paul B. Reggio. Anthony J. Vizard. 

Henry A. Rapier. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

John H Ransdell. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Julian L. Jamerson. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Peter E. Neely. Anthony J. Vizard. 

Paul B. Reggio. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Joseph P. Skelly. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Raymond J. Costello. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John H. Ransdell. Ermilo E. Escalante. 

Henry A. Rapier. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Ermilo E. Escalante. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Blewett M. Alvey. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Sebastian M. Hiriart. John H. Ransdell, 

Robert McG. Breard. 



90 

THIRD GRAMMAR. 

SECTION B. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Henry T. Spotswood. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph M. Supple. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Herman L. Morales. John W. Hanlon, 



EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Henry I. Spotswood. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph J. McHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Gilbert A. LeBaron. Joseph M. Supple. 



LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Gilbert A. LeBaron. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John W. Hanlon. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Henry I. Spotswood. Adriano J. Sevilla. 



GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Gilbert. A. LeBaron. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Henry I. Spotswood. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Joseph M. Supple. John W. Hanlon, 



91 
ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Joseph M. Supple. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Gilbert A. Le Baron. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Adriano J. Sevilla. Henry I. Spotswood, 

ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

John W. Hanlon. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Joseph M. Supple. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Gilbert A. LeBaron. Oscar J. Mistric. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Gilbert A. LeBaron. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John W. Hanlon. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Joseph M. Supple. Herman L. Morales. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

John W. Hanlon. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Herman L. Morales. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Griswold A. Whipple. Joseph M. Supple. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Joseph J. McHardy. 

SECOND PREMIUM ; 

William F. Mellen. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Abelard J. Anton. Herman L. Morales. 



SPECIAL. 



LATIN. 

PREMIUM : 

Grenville J. Mellen. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Antonio B. Sevilla. Joseph J. McHardy. 

GREEK. 

PREMIUM: 

James Fernandez. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Emmet L. Harty. Antonio E. Sevilla. 



93 



Commercial Course. 



FIRST COMMERCIAL. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

David H. Austin. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John E. Hooper. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Paul 0. Roemer. Oamille P. Brown. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

David H. Austin. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John E. Hooper. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Paul 0. Roemer. Francis R. Villavaso. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

David H. Austin. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John E. Hooper. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Oamille P. Brown. Paul 0. Roemer. 



94 
GEOMETRY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Paul 0. Roemer. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

David H. Austin. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John B. Hooper. Francis R. Villavaso, 

NATURAL PHILOSOPHY AND CHEMISTRY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

John E. Hooper. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

David H. Austin. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Paul 0. Roemer. Francis R. Villavaso. 

ARITHMETIC AND ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Paul 0. Roemer. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

David H. Austin. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Francis R. Villavaso. Joseph G. Bspalla. 



95 
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

/ John E. Hooper. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Joseph G. Espalla. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Paul C. Roemer. David H. Austin. 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Francis R. Villavaso. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Paul 0. Roemer. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John E. Hooper. William 0. McHardy, 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

William 0. McHardy. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Francis R. Villavaso. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Oamille P. Brown. Paul 0. Roemer. 



SECOND COMMERCIAL 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Kenneth M. Gaiennie. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Felipe S. Leal. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Albert J. Doiron. Bmile W. Dupont. 

Rene Esnard. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Kenneth M. Gaiennie. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Nelson S. Wooddy. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Felipe S. Leal. Beverly W. Hoffman. 

Elmore Andrews. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Nelson S. Wooddy. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Felipe S. Leal. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Kenneth M. Gaiennie. Warren I. Hunter. 

Beverly W. Hoffman. 



97 
BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Felipe S. Leal. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Albert J. Doiron. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Bmile W. Dupont, Warren I. Hunter. 

Elmore Andrews. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Nelson S. Wooddy. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Kenneth M. Gaiennie. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Warren I. Hunter. David P. Hymel. 

Eene Esnard. 

MATHEMATICS. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Felipe S. Leal. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Kenneth M. Gaiennie. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Warren I. Hunter. Zenon J. Dugas. 

Albert J. Doiron. 



98 
ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Beverly W. Hoffman. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Nelson S. Wooddy. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Elmore Andrews. Marc J. Dufilho. 

Albert J. Doiron. 



PENMANSHIP. ' 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Marc J. Dufilho. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Elmore Andrews. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

David P. Hymel. Emile W. Dupont. 

Albert J. Doiron. 



99 



THIRD COMMERCIAL, 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Oswald K. Villavaso. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Walter J. Jumonville. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Secundino Escalante. Felipe Gutierrez. 

Dick Taylor Stauffer. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Kirby Voorhies. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Oswald K. Villavaso. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Secundino Escalante. Richard L. Walsh. 

John J. Nelson. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Kirby Voorhies. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Richard L. Walsh. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Oswald K. Villavaso. John J. Nelson. 

Dick Taylor Stauffer. 



100 
ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Kirby Voorhies. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Zollicoffer Wilkinson. ) aM „ an „ A 

Oswald K. Villavaso, j ex ae ^ uo ' 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Secundino Escalante. John J. Nelson. 

Richard L. Walsh. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Felipe Gutierrez. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Kirby Voorhies. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Secundino Escalante. Oswald K. Villavaso. 

Dick Taylor Stauffer. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Oswald K. Villavaso. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Kirby Voorhies. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John J. Nelson. Frederic Bndom. 

Dick Taylor Stauffer. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Secundino Escalante. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Octave Verdeja. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Kirby Voorhies. Henry E. Brierre. 

Felipe Gutierrez. 



101 

PREPAPATORY. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Lawrence B. Fabacher. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Heury Alvey. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Angelas Mistric. Louis Theriault. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Henry Alvey. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Lawrence B. Fabacher. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Ernesto Estrada. Angelas Mistric. 

ENGLISH GRAMMAR. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Ernesto Estrada. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Henry Alvey. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Lawrence B. Fabacher. Edward Miller. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Henry Alvey. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

William Miller. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Lawrence B. Fabacber. Jose S. Eamirez. 



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ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Lawrence B. Fabacher. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Henry Alvey. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Angelas Mistric. William Miller. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Lawrence B. Fabacher. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Edward Miller. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

George Batchelder. Alfred M. LeBorgne. 

SPELLING. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Edward Miller. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

William Miller. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Henry Alvey. Lawrence B. Fabacher. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Alfred M. LeBorgne. 

SECOND PREMIUM- 



William Miller, ) 



Jose S. Kamirez, } ex ae * uo ' 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Lawrence B. Fabacher. Henry Alvey. 



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JVtodetfn Languages 



FRENCH. 



FIRST CLASS. 

PREMIUM : 

George A. Lasseigne. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Oscar Reynaud. Henry Badeaux. 

SECOND CLASS. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Antonio E. Sevilla. 

SECOND PREMIUM • 

Joseph M. Hountha. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Emmet L. Harty. Kirby Voorhies. 

Adriano J. Sevilla. 

THIRD CLASS. 

PREMIUM : 

James G. Rapier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Albert J. Danos. 
FOURTH CLASS. 

PREMIUM : 

Nelson S. Wooddy. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

D. Troy Hails. Francis S. Cannon. 



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GERMAN. 

PREMIUM ; 

J. Earle Mannoccir. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John Doberty. 



SPANISH. 



FIRST CLASS. 

PREMIUM : 

John R. Anton. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Emilio E. Villamil. 
SECOND CLASS. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Joseph A. O'Leary. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Richard J. Wallace. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Kenneth M. Gaiennie. Elmore Andrews, 



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Special Classes 



PENMANSHIP. 



JUNIOR DIVISION, 



SECTION A. 

PREMIUM: 

Walter J. Lambert. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Marc J. Dufilho. Francis E. Blouin. 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. George 0. Whipple. 

SECTION B. 

PREMIUM : 

David P. Hymel. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Ermilo E. Escalante. Loyola T. Cowley. 

Nestor L. Keith. Hinton A. Touart. 

SECTION C. 

PREMIUM: 

Edwin J. Staub. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Chase W. Spotswood. Joseph A. O'Leary, 

Charles A. Sriber. John J. Nelson. 

SECTION D. 

PREMIUM: 

Thomas J. Burns. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Eugene A. Duchamp. Joseph P. Skelly. 

John H. Eansdell. Henry R. Brierre. 



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DRAWING, 



ARCHITECTURAL. 

PREMIUM : 

Marc J. Dufilho. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

David P. Hymel. Charles A. Sriber. 

MECHANICAL. 

PREMIUM : 

J. Earle Mannoccir. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Oswald K. Villavaso. Henry E. Rapier. 

ORNAMENTAL. 

PREMIUM : 

Ermilo E. Escalante. 

DISTINGUISHED]: 

Maurice E. Reilly. Jose S. Ramirez. 

ENGINEERING. 

PREMIUM : 

James 0. Casserly. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John A. Boudousquie. 



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MUSIC. 



PIANO. 

DIVISION A. 

PREMIUM: 

Domingo J. Villamil. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John E. Hooper. James Fernandez. 

Thomas H. McHatton. Charles H. Smokey. 

DIVISION B. 

PREMIUM : 

Marc J. Dufilho. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Louis Clark. Nicholas L. Vickers. 

Maurice E. Reilly. Joseph M. Walsh. 

VIOLIN. 
DIVISION A. 

PREMIUM : 

Maxim in D. Touart. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Alfred H. Hymel. P. Leo Kearns. 

Itobert McG. Breard. J. Earle Mannoccir. 

DIVISION B. 

PREMIUM : 

Emilio E. Villamil. 

DISTINGUISHED 

Joseph M. Hountha. Thomas J. Burns 

George Lange. Ermilo E. Escalante. 



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« 

FLUTE. 

PREMIUM : 

Hinton A. Touart. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

David P. Hymel. Frederic Endom. 

CORNET. 

PREMIUM : 

Nestor L. Keith. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

James G. Rapier. Lawrence B. Fabacher. 

Raymond J. Costello. 

MANDOLIN. 

PREMIUM : 

James G. Rapier. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Francis R. Blouin. John J. Neely. 



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STENOGRAPHY. 

PREMIUM : 

Felipe S. Leal. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Joseph R. McDonald. Paul C. Roemer. 

TYPE-WRITING. 
SECTION A. 

PREMIUM: 

Paul 0. Roemer. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Oswald K. Villavaso. . 
SECTION B. 

PREMIUM: 

Joseph A. O'Leary. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Peter E. Neely. 



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Premiums 



FOR 



FOUR OR MORE DISTINCTIONS. 



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GEORGE LANGE. 
CHARLES A. TAIT. 
NIOHOLAS L. YIOKERS. 
WARREN I. HUNTER. 
DICK TAYLOR STAUFFER. 
JOHN J. NELSON. 
ANGELAS MISTR1C. 



Ill 

Acknowledgments. 



THE PRESIDENT AND FACULTY WISH TO EX- 
PRESS THEIR GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT 
TO THE FOLLOWING PERSONS FOR DONA- 
TIONS TO THE COLLEGE: 

Mr. GEORGE M. KENEDY, Laredo, Texas. 

Mr. and Mrs. E. SEVILLA, New Orleans, La. 

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Miss M. FALLON, New Orleans, La. 

Very Rev. W. POWER, S. J. 

Rev. THEOPHILE DeBEURME, S. J. 

Rev. A. BIEVER, S. J. 

Major P. C. HANNAN, Mobile, Ala. 

Mrs. GIULI, Mobile, Ala. 

Prop. Paul 0. BOUDOUSQUIE, Mobile, Ala. 

Mrs. FOSSIER, New Orleans, La. 

Dr. WILLIAM MASTIN, Mobile, Ala. 

Dr. CLARENCE P. ROBINSON, Mobile, Ala. 

Mr. DUGGAN, Mobile, Ala. 

Mrs. HAMILTON, New Orleans, La. 

Mr. VINCENT COUIS, Spring Hill, Ala. 

Mr. T. MAYES, Mobile, Ala. 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE. 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

DONORS OF MEDALS. 

THE PICAYUNE, New Orleans, La. 



Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam. 



CflTAliOGOE 
....op.... 

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(ST. JOSEPHS) 

....fiMRH.... 

JVLOBlLlE, AHA. 

1903 h, 1904. 



MOBILE. ' 

COMMERCIAL PRINTING CO., PRINTERS AND BINDERS. 

1904. 



sp: 



FOUNDED Ifi 1830. 



CHARTERED AS A COLLEGE BY THE LEGISLATURE 
OF ALABAMA IN 1836. 



EMPOWERED BY POPE GREGORY XVI TO GRANT 

DEGREES IN PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY 

AUGUST 20th, 1840. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



REV. WILLIAM J. TYRRELL, S. J. 
PRESIDENT. 

REV. FRANCIS X. TWELLMEYER, S. J. 
REV. JAMES J. MCLOUGHLIN, S. J. 
REV. THEOBALD W. BUTLER, S. J. 
REV. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J. 



FACULTY. 



v-#EV. WILLIAM J. TYRRELL, S. J. 
PRESIDENT. 

^REV. FRANCIS X. TWELLMEYER, S. J. 
VICE-PRESIDENT. 

Prefect of Studies and Discipline. 

~"REV. JAMES J. MCLOUGHLIN, S. J. 
SECRETARY. 

^REV. THEOBALD W. BUTLER, S. J. 

CHAPLAIN. 

V REV. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J. 
TREASURER. 

REV. JAMES DE POTTER, S. J. 

Lecturer on Christian Doctrine. Professor of Mental Philosophy 
in the Classical Course. Librarian. . 

MR. ANTHONY L. KUNKEL, S. J. 
Professor of Mechanics, Astronomy, Physics and Chemistry. 

^EV. M. OLIVER SEMMES, S. J. 
Professor of Mental Philosophy in the Commercial Course. 

J&R. PETER O'SULLIVAN, S. J. 
Professor of English in Superior Commercial Class. 

IKEV. PETER J. PHILIPPE, S. J. 
Professor of Philosophy in the Post Graduate Course. 



M$EV. JOHN H. MEYER, S. J. 
Higher Mathematics. Stenography. 

VKEV. AMADEUS GUYOL, S. J. 
Rhetoric. French. 

v/Rev. LOUIS A. PARIS, S. J. 
Poetry. French. 

v-Mr. EMILE A. DIEBOLD, S. J. 
First Grammar Glass. 

B^V. EDWARD A. GAFFNEY, S. J. 
Second Grammar Glass. 

uMr. DAVID J. FOULKES, S.J. 
Third Grammar Class, Section A. French. 

JVfR. JAMES J. WALLACE, S. J. 
Third Grammar Glass, Section B. 

^EV. PAUL FACET, S. J. 
Special English, Spanish and French. 

REV. JOSEPH O'REILLY, S. J. 
First Commercial Class. Bookkeeping. 

v/"REV. GEORGE A. RITTMEYER, S. J. 
Second Commercial Class. Bookkeeping. German. 

\JtiR. LEON M. BELLOCQ, S. J. 
Third Commercial Class. 

H(EV. PAUL E. ELFER, S. J. 
Preparatory Class. Typewriting. 

<JKEV. JULIUS OBERHOLZER, S. J. 
Preparatory Glass, Special Latin, Greek and Penmanship. 



PREFECTS 



REV. PETER J. PHILIPPE, S. J. 
REV. M. OLIVER SEMMES, S. J. 
REV. CHARLES V. LAMB, S. J. 
MR. PETER O'SULLIVAN, S. J. 



ASSISTANT PREFECTS. 



MR. DAVID J. FOULKES, S. J. 
MR. JAMES J. WALLACE, S. J. 
MR. EMILE A. DIEBOLD, S.J. 



AUGUST J. STAUB, Mus. DOC.,1 

>■ Professors of Music, 
^ANGELO SUFFICH, J 

AUL C. BOUDOUSQUIE, A. M., B. F. A. 
Professor of Drawing and Galigraphy. 

\jti. M. MASTIN, M. D. 
Attending Physician. 




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PROSPECTUS. 



SPRING HILL COLLEGE is beautifully situated five miles 
from Mobile, on an' elevation one hundred and fifty feet above 
sea level. From the Bay of Mobile and the Gulf of Mex- 
ico, it enjoys a constantly refreshing breeze that renders its situ- 
ation both agreeable and healthy. The extensive grounds and 
the many well-shaded walks afford opportunity for pleasant re- 
laxation. A spacious gymnasium, complete in every detail of 
modern equipment; a large campus for baseball and football, and 
an oval mile shell-bed track, leave nothing to be desired by the 
lovers of athletic sports. A never failing spring at the foot of the 
hill furnishes an abundant and lasting supply of water to a beau- 
tiful lake, where the students may, during the warmer seasons, 
safely enjoy the beneficial exercise of swimming. During the 
winter months, a recently erected natatorium, handsomely fin- 
ished within in marble ana 1 ornamental tiles, with its porcelain 
lined pool, 60x30x4 to 7 feet, gives splendid facilities for frequent 
baths. In addition to the pool, which is supplied with the purest 
spring water, which may be heated when necessary, the natato- 
rium contains numerous shower and needle baths. 

Long experience has proved that owing to its position, the 
college is entirely exempt from those diseases which prevail at 
certain seasons in the South. 

The college was incorporated in 1836 by the Legislature of 
Alabama, with all the rights and privileges of a university, and 
empowered in 1840 by Pope Gregory XVI to grant degrees in 
Philosophy and Theology. 

The directors of the institution are members of the Society 
of Jesus, which, from its origin, has devoted itself to the education 



8 

of youth. They will endeavor to show themselves deserving of 
the confidence reposed in them by evincing on all occasions a pa- 
ternal solicitude for the health and comfort of those entrusted to 
their charge, by sparing no pains to promote their advancement, 
and by keeping a careful and active watch over their conduct. 
The exercise of their authority will be mild, without being remiss, 
in enforcing that strict discipline and good order so essential to 
the proper culture of both mind and heart. By this twofold edu- 
cation, which is based upon religion and morality, they will exert 
all their energies not only to adorn the minds of their pupils with 
useful knowledge, but also to instil into their hearts solid virtue 
and a practical love of the duties which they will have to dis- 
charge in after life. 

The public worship of the institution is that of the Catholic 
religion. However, pupils of other denominations are received, 
provided that, for the sake of order and uniformity, they are will- 
ing to conform to the exterior exercises of worship. 

The plan of instruction is established on a large scale, and is 
calculated to suit not only the wants, but also the progress of so- 
ciety. It consists of three principal courses, under the names of 
Preparatory, Commercial and Classical. 

I. The Preparatory COURSE is intended to last one year, 
and embraces Spelling, Writing; the elements of English Gram- 
mar, History, Geography, Arithmetic and Christian Doctrine, so 
as to fit the younger students for a higher class in either the Com-, 
mercial or Classical Course. 

II. The Commercial Course is intended to last four 
years. First Year: — Corresponding to the first year of the Class- 
ical Course, Latin and Greek excepted. Second Year: — Corres 
ponding to the second and third years of the Classical Course, 
Latin and Greek excepted. Third Year: — Corresponding to the 
fourth year of the Classical Course, Latin and Greek excepted. 
To the ordinary branches of the Classical Course is added an El- 
ementary Course of Natural Philosophy. Fourth Year: — Cor- 
responding to the fifth and sixth years of the Classical Course 
Latin and Greek excepted. 

III. The Classical Course is intended to last six years, 
as follows: First Year: — Inferior Grammar Class. Second 



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Tear: — Middle Grammar Class. Third Tear: — Superior Gram- 
mar Class. To these classes belong a graduated teaching of the 
Latin, Greek and English Grammars, wi+h corresponding oral and 
written exercises, and easy essays in Composition, besides Pen- 
manship, Bookkeeping, History, Geography, Arithmetic, Algebra, 
Declamation and Christian Doctrine. Fourth Tear: — Poetry 
Class. Fifth Tear: — Rhetoric Class. In these classes, besides 
Latin and Greek, special attention is paid to Analysis and to 
Descriptive, Narrative, Poetical and Oratorical Composition; also 
to Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry,. Surveying, Analytical 
Geometry, and to the Evidences of Religion. Sixth Tear: — Phil- 
osophy. This class embraces the study of Logic, Metaphysics 
and Ethics, which are taught in Latin; also Natural Philosophy, 
Astronomy, Higher Mathematics and the Evidences of Religion. 
At the end of this course, the degree of A. B. is conferred on such 
as are, on examination, found deserving of the honor. A second 
year of Philosophy at the College — the Post-Graduate year — at- 
tended with success, or a two years' practice in a learned profes- 
sion, will entitle to the degree of A. M. 

Although these courses embrace, respectively, one, four and 
six years, still the period may be protracted, as no student will be 
allowed to pass into a higher class unless he has undergone a suc- 
cessful examination at the end of the academic year. No promo- 
tion, takes place inconsequence of the examination at the end of 
the first term, except in behalf of uncommon talent and ap- 
plication. 

French, German, Spanish form separate courses, are option- 
al, and are taught without extra charge. 

The age of admission is from nine to fifteen years. It is re- 
quired that the pupils know previously how to read and write. 

Any one coming from another school or college must exhibit 
satisfactory testimonials from the directors of the same and sub- 
ject himself to an examination, which will determine what class 
he has to enter. 

Towards the end of each term a report is sent to the parents 
or guardians, stating the condition of health, conduct, application, 
progress, rank in class, together with the result of the semi-annual 



10 

examination. Every month, marks of merit or demerit are pub- 
licly proclaimed, sanctioned by reward or penalty. 

Leave of absence will not be granted to the students, except 
for reasons deemed imperative by the President of the college. 

The correspondence of the students is subject to the inspec- 
tion of the Vice-President. 

All books, magazines and periodicals must be submitted to 
the inspection and judgment of the Vice-President, before they 
can be allowed circulation in the college. The use of tobacco is 
not permitted. No boxes containing provisions are allowed to be 
sent to the students except during the Christmas holidays. 

The necessary outfit for each student comprises at least two 
suits of clothes, one overcoat, two pair of shoes, two hats or caps, 
six shirts, six undershirts, three night shirts, twelve collars, six 
pairs of drawers, twelve pairs of socks, twelve handkerchiefs, six 
neckties, six towels, two bath towels, six napkins, brushes, 
combs and other toilet requisites. 

All articles of clothing must be marked with the student's 
name in full: the other articles must be marked at least with his 
initials. 

In regard to visits, the following regulations are earnestly 
recommended to the attention of parents, as they intimately con- 
cern the advancement of the students and the good order of the 
college. 

ist. The time for visiting those students whose parents live 
in Mobile, or vicinity, is on Sundays and Thursdays, from I to 5 
p. m., in winter, and from 3 to 6 in summer. 

2d. Students from Mobile, who have obtained satisfactory 
marks for conduct and application, are allowed to visit the city on 
the first Thursday of each month. If, however, for any reason 
students go to Mobile during the month, this privilege may not be 
granted. The other students, whose parents live at a greater 
distance, are not allowed to go to the city, except when visited on 
holidays by their parents or guardians, and accompanied by them. 

3rd. All visitors, even parents, should avoid, as much as 
possible, withdrawing the pupils from class or study. 



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TERMS. 

PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 

Entrance fee, first year only... $ 10 oo 

Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and Bedding, per annum 300 oc 

Medical Fees, per annum 10 00 

Students of the Philosophy Class and of the first Commercial 
Class pay $10 for the philosophical apparatus and supply of 
chemicals. Graduation fees, $10.00. 

EXTRA CHARGES. 

Drawing, per month $ 5 00 

Piano, per month 8 00 

For use of piano - 1 00 

Violin or Flute, per month 8 00 

Vocal Music, per month 4 00 

Brass Instrument, per month 8 00 

Stenography, per month 2 00 

Typewriting, per month 200 

Vacation at College, for students too distant from home 80 00 

N. B. — 1. No deduction is made for any absence less than a 
month, and when made, it is only for board and tuition. 
2. Books and stationery are furnished by the college at the ex- 
pense of the parents. 3. No advance is made by the college 
for books, clothing, traveling, dentistry, pocket money, extra 
medicines, etc., beyond the deposit left with the treasurer. 
Therefore, parents who desire the college to furnish their sons 
with any articles must, besides the paying of charges, advance a 
certain sum for the purpose, and renew it when exhausted. All 
pocket money should be deposited with the treasurer, and the 
quantity to be allowed specified — for instance, 25 cents per week. 
4. When, at the end of the session, the students are to be sent 
home, all accounts must have been previously settled, and the 
traveling expenses forwarded, if the balance on deposit should be 
insufficient. 5. The college will not be responsible for books 
or articles of clothing and jewelry left behind by any student 



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when leaving the college ; much less for the loss of such books 
or clothing, jewelry or money, while in the keeping of the 
students. 

For further information, apply to the 

REV. W. J. TYRRELL, S. J., PRESIDENT. 



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GENERAL ORDER OF CLASS DAYS. 



SUMMER ORDER. 



5:p 

5:50 
7:15 
7:30 

8:15 

9:30 

9:35 
10:45 

11:00 

12:00 

12:30 

1:30 

4:30 

5:00 
6:30 
7:00 

7:15 

7:55 
8:45 



A. M 



M 

P. M. 



Rising. 

Prayer, Mass, Study. 
.Breakfast. 
Recess. 
.Class. 
.Recess. 
.Class. 
.Recess. 

.Study, Special Classes, 
Dinner. 
.Recess. 
.Study, Class. 
.Lunch, Recess. 
.Study. 
.Recess. 
.Supper. 

.Prayers, Recess. 
.Study. 
Dormitory. 



WINTER ORDER. 

6:00 A. M Rising. 

5:15 P. M Study. 

6:1 5 " i Recess. 

6:25 " Study. 

7:15 " :..... Supper. 



o 



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Post-Graduate Coarse 



The object of this course is to furnish to College graduates 
an opportunity to review their philosophy and to make a more 
thorough study of its fundamental questions. 

Those who have already attained the degree of A. B. will be 
eligible to that of A. M., and those who have the degree of B. S., 
to that of M. S., at the close of the ten months' session, on the 
condition of the presentation of a paper on a philosophical sub- 
ject, and a satisfactory examination. 



Course of Studies 

....po* the.... 

Degree of Bachelor of Arts 



PHiiiosoPHV ciiflss. 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Religious Instruc- 
tion. Lectures. 

Logic and Metaphyics — Jouin's Praslectiones Philosophise. Lec- 
tures by the Professor. 

Ethics — Jouin's Elementa Philosophise Moralis. Lectures by the 
Professor. 

Mathematics — Dana's Mechanics. Geometrical Optics. Ele- 
ments of Differential and Integral Calculus. 

Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Professor. 

Natural Philosophy — Hoadley's Natural Philosophy. Lectures 
by the Professor. 

Chemistry — Shepard's Chemistry. Lectures on Inorganic ^d 
Organic Chemistry. 




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^HHTO^IC CLtflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Schouppe's Course of Religious Instruction. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Cicero — Pro Ligario, Pro Milone, Pro Marcello, Pro Lege 
Manilia. Virgil. Horace — Odes, Epodes, Satires and Epistles. 
Tacitus — Annals. Bradley's Arnold. 

Greek — Demosthenes — De Corona, Philippics. St. John Chry- 
sostom — Eutropius. Sophocles — OEdipus Tyrannus, Anti- 
gone, ^schylus — Prometheus Bound. Bradley's Arnold. 

English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition. De Colonia. Analy- 
sis of the Masterpieces of American and British Orators. 
Analysis of the speeches in Milton's Paradise Lost. Shake- 
speare. 

Mathematics — Solid Geometry. Trigonometry, Plane and Spheri- 
cal. Surveying. Analytical Geometry. 

History — Modern History, from the Crusades to the present 
epoch. 

Elocution — Once a week. 

POETRY CUASS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part III. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Prosody. Cicero — In Verrem, Pro 
Archia Poeta. Livy. Virgil's ^neid, Books I and II; Book 
V, Description of the Public Games ; Book IX, Nisus and 
Euryalus. Horace — Odes, Ars Poetica. Bradley's Arnold. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Dialects, Prosody. Homer's Iliad. 
Euripides — Iphigenia in Aulis, Hecuba. Bradley's Arnold. 

English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhetoric. 
De Colonia. Brooke's English Literature. Shakespeare — 
Julius Cassar, Macbeth. Choice Specimens of Lyric, Elegiac 
and Didactic Poetry. 

Mathematics — Algebra reviewed. Plane Geometry. 

History — Modern History, from Augustus to the Crusades. 

Bookkeeping — Double Entry. 

Elocution — Once a week. 



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FIRST GHKWlMRH CLtflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part II. Prac- 
tical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax repeated with all the notes, 
etc. Cicero — In Catilinam. Sallust — Catilina, Jugurtha. 
Virgil — Eclogues, I, IV, IX ; Georgics. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax, Accents. Xenophon — 
Anabasis. 

English — Brown's Grammar — Syntax reviewed. Elements of 
Composition. Goldsmith — Traveller, Deserted Village. 
Gray's Elegy. Donnelly's Imitation and Analysis — Sketch 
Book. 

Mathematics — Arithmetic reviewed. Wentworth's School Al- 
gebra. 

History — Outlines of Ancient History. 

Geography — Asia, Africa, Oceanica. 

Bookkeeping — Single Entry. 

Elocution — Once a week. 

Penmanship — Daily Practice. 

SECOND GRflJVIlVIflR CliflSS. 

Christine Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. Prac- 
tical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology repeated with all the 
notes, etc.; Syntax without the notes. Caesar — De Bello 
Gallico. Nepos. Phasdrus. Cicero's Letters. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Contract nouns, adjectives, verbs; 
tense formations, verbs in mi; adverbs, prepositions, con- 
junctions; easier rules of Syntax. Lucian — Dialogues. 

English — Brown's Grammar. Syntax. Selections ftom Irving's 
Sketch Book. 

Arithmetic — From Percentage to the end. 

Algebra — Wentworth's School Algebra. 

'History — Lawler's Essentials of American History. 

Geography — Central America, South America, Europe. 

Elocution — Once a week. 

Pennmanship — Daily Practice. 



LAKE 




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THl^t) GH^WMAH CLiflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 

Practical Instructions. 
Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology without the notes; easier 

rules of Syntax. Epitome Historic Sacrae. Cicero's Letters. 
Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Nouns, adjectives, regular verbs. 

^sop's Fables. 
English — Brown's Grammar. Tales from Shakespeare. 
Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — Decimals, Multiples and 

Measures, Common Fractions, Compound Quantities. 
History — Lawler's Essentials of American History. 
Geography — North America. 
Elocution — Once a week. 
Penmanship — Daily practice. 



Course of Studies 

IN THE 

Commercial Classes. 



SUPE^IOH COMWEHCIflli CliflSS. 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppes' Course of Religious Instruc- 
tions — Lectures. 

Logic and Metaphysics — Coppens' Logic and Mental Philosophy. 
Lectures by the Professor. 

Ethics — Coppens' Moral Philosophy. Lectures by the Professor. 

English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition. Analysis of the 
Masterpieces of American and British Orators. Analysis of 
the speeches in Milton's Paradise Lost. 

Mathematics — Solid Geometry. Trigonometry, Plane and Spher- 
ical. Surveying. Analytical Geometry. Dana's Mechanics. 



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Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Professor. 
Natural Philosophy — Hoadley's Natural Philosophy. Lectures 
by the Professor. 

FIHST COJWIMH^CIflli CliflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Parts II and III. 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhetoric. 
Brooke's Lessons in English Literature. Shakespeare — 
Julius Csesar, Macbeth. Choice Specimens of Lyric, Elegiac 
and Didactic Poetry. Donnelly's Imitation and Analysis. 
Sketch Book. 

Mathematics — Arithmetic reviewed. Algebra completed. Plane 
Geometry. 

Natural Philosophy — Hoadley's Brief Course in Physics. Lec- 
tures by the Professor. 

Chemistry — Shepard's. Elements. Lectures by the Professor. 

History — Outlines of Ancient and Modern History. 

Geography — Asia* Africa, Oceanica. 

Bookkeeping — Double Entry. 

Elocution — Once a week. 

SHCOflD COJflJVLBSCIAIi CliflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. Prac- 
tical instructions. 

English — Brown's Grammar — Syntax, Elements of Composition. 
Selections from Irving's Sketch Book. Goldsmith — Traveller, 
Deserted Village. 

Mathematics — Wentworth's Arithmetic — From Percentage to the 
end. Wentworth's Algebra, to Equations of the Second 
Degree. 

History — Lawler's Essentials of American History. 

Geography— -Central America, South America, Europe. 

Bookkeeping — Baker's Twentieth Century System. 

Elocution — Once a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 



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THI^D COM^HHCIAIi CLiflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Brown's Grammar and Exercises. Gilmour's Fourth 
Reader. 

Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — Decimals, Multiples, Com- 
mon Fractions and Compound Quantities. 

History — United States. 

Geography — North America. 

Elocution — Once a week. 

Penmanship — Daily Practice. 



Preparatory Coarse of Studies. 



Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore, 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Brown's First Lines of English. Etymology. Gil- 
mour's Third Reader. Hazen's Spelling Book. 

Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic. 

History — Gilmour's Bible History. 

Geography — Primary. 

Penmanship — Daily Practice. 

Elocution — Reading and Declamation. 



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THESES 
PROPUGNANDAE AD GRADUM A. B 

. . IN . . 

Collegio S. Josephi Spring Hill, 

DIE 19, JUNII, 1904. 



EX LOGICA. 



t . Veritas logica turn simplici apprehensioni turn judicio inest. 

2. Falsitas logica non simplici apprehensioni sed soli judicio 
inest. 

3. Scepticismus sive ut factum sive ut doctrina est absurdus. 

4. Sensus externi sub debitis conditionibus sunt infallibiles 
quoad perceptionem sensibilis proprii. 

5. Idealismus est rejiciendus. 

6. Auctoritas testimonii humani aliquando potest gignere 
certitudinem de aliquo facto historico. 

7. Inductio incompleta potest gignere certitudinem de exist- 
entia alicujus legis physicae. 

8. Ratiocinium potest gignere novam et certam cognitionem. 

9. Evidentia objectiva est supremum criterium veritatis. 



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EX ONTOLOGIA. 

i. Notio entis est simplicissima et communissima. 

2. Omne ens est bonum; malum autem ut sic consistit in 
privatione. 

3. Existunt in rerum natura verae causae et verae substan- 
tiae. 

EX COSMOLOGIA. 

1. Mundus a Deo creatus est. 

2. Miracula sunt possibilia et non raro cognoscibilia. 

EX PSYCHOLOGIA. 

1. Corpora viventia differunt essentialiter a non viventibus. 

2. In omnibus viventibus est principium aliquod vitale 
realiter distinctum a materia inorganica et ejus viribus. 

3. Anima rationalis est essentialiter et integraliter simplex, 
et spiritualis. 

4. Anima rationalis est natura sua incorruptibilis et in per- 
petuum existet. 

5. Intellectus est facultas inorganica seu spiritualis. 

6. Voluntas humana in multis actionibus est libera. 

7. Systema Darwinii est reddendum. 

EX THEOLOGIA NATURALI. 

1. " Deum existere" non est propositio nobis immediate 
evidens. 

2. Existentia Dei probatur argumentis metaphysicis, phy- 
sicis et moralibus. 

3. Deus est ens perfectissimum, infinitum, unicum, aeter- 
num. 

4. Deus habet Providentiam omnium rerum. 

5. Pantheismus est absurdus. 

EX ETHICA. 

1. Finis ultimus naturalis est perfecta beatitudo naturalis, 
cujus objectum est solus Deus. 



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2. Sunt actiones natura sua honestas vel inhonestas. 

3. Norma proxima et objectiva moralitatis est natura ration- 
alis. 

4. Existit lex naturalis, quas immutabilis est et cujus gen- 
eraliora prascepta non possunt ignorari ab homine qui habet usum 
rationis. 

5. Homo potest mereri apud Deum actibus suis. 

6. Homo tenetur Deo exhibere cultum turn internum turn 
externum. 

7. Si Deus voluerit revelare aliquam religionem, homo ten- 
etur earn amplecti cum sufficienter ei innotuerit ; hinc absurdus est 
indifferentismus in religione. 

8. Suicidium, mendacium et duellum sunt illicita. 

•9. Jus acquirendi proprietatem est jus naturale; prima 
autem acquisitio proprietatis nititur in occupatione effectiva rei 
quae erat nullius. 

10. Socialismus est rejiciendus. 

n. Suprema auctoritas societatis civilis est immediate a Deo. 

12. Auctoritas civilis habet jus infligendi poenam capitis pro 
quibusdam atrocioribus criminibus necnon jus belli gerendi. 

13. Jus directe et immediate educandi liberos pertinet ad solos 
parentes. 

CANDIDATI : 

BLOUIN, J. L. MANNOCCIR, J. E. 

COSTELLO, E. V. NORVILLE, T. P. 

Fossier, W. S. Philips, P. T. 

Giuli, A. F. Prados, R. H. 

HANWAY, J. C. QUINN, J. H. 



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Problems 

Proposed at the Competitive Examination fop the 
Gold JVIedal in the fiatui*al Sciences. 

I. The lever of a hydrostatic press is 6 ft. long, the piston rod 

being i ft. from the fulcrum. The area of the tube is one- 
half square inch; that of the cylinder is ioo square inches. 
Find the weight that may be raised by a power of 75 lbs? 

II. The Reaction of CI. upon N Ris as follows: — 

8 N H 3 + 3 CU = N 2 +6NH4CI. 

a) What weight of CI. is necessary for the production 
of 12. 544 g. of N? 

b) What volume of CI? 

III. Find the number of Daniell cells, which would be required 

to construct a voltaic battery having the same electro- 
motive force and internal resistance as a certain Brush 
dynamo, whose electro-motive force is 839 volts and its re- 
sistance 10.55 ohms, having given that the E. M. F. of a 
Daniell celj is 1 volt, and its resistance equal to 5 ohms. 

IV. The E. M. F. of a certain dynamo is 45 volts, and its resist- 

ance is o. 01 ohm. The lamps to be used with it have a 
hot resistance of 35 ohms. What number must be arranged 
in simple multiple arc, so that a current of 1.2 amperes may 
flow through each of them? 

V. Find in what time a force of 4 lbs. would move a weight of 9 

lbs. through 49 ft. along a smooth horizontal plane; and 
find velocity acquired? 

VI. A particle slides down the arc of a circle to the lowest point; 

find the velocity at the lowest point, if the angle described 
round the center is6o°? 

VII. A uniform square board: — ABCD (AB= 12 inches) weighs 

10 oz.; where will it balance if weights of 4 oz. are placed 
at A B & C? 



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24 i 



Catalogue of Students- 



1903h1904. 



yADAMSON, Paul R " Baltimore, Md. 

PALVEY, BLEWETT M. Beaumont, Tex. 

tXLVEY, Richard H Beaumont, Tex. 

vANDREWS, ELMORE L. £ Alexandria, La. 

^NTON, ABELARDO J Havana, Cuba. 

v^NTON, JUAN F Havana, Cuba. 

ANTON, LEOPOLDO F Havana, Cuba. 

vAusfeld, Walter A Montgomery, Ala. 

JUSTIN, DAVID H. Tampa, Fla. 

BATCHELDER, GEORGE O'N Brookhaven, Miss. 

vBLOUlN, FRANCIS R.i Lafourche Crossing, La. 

n/JBlouin, J. LOUIS : Lafourche Crossing, La. 

i/6onvillain, Sidney A..." _. r Glencoe, La. 

vBORDELON, LESTER L..™ .Long Bridge, La. 

^BORDELON, LEWIS O...^ Long Bridge, La. 

HBOUDREAUX, DAVID ..}/. Houma, La. 

vBOURGEOIS, PAUL Y... Jeanerette, La. 

Bourgeois, Sidney }.:/... Jeanerette, La. 

^Breard, Francis G %. Monroe, La. 

v^REARD, Robert M ... : Monroe, La. 

Brent, George S Pensacola, Fla. 

Bright, Joseph E Mobile, Ala. 

vBRIERRE, HENRY R. ...Y. New Orleans, La. 

^RODERICK, GEORGE A. .V. New Orleans, La. 

v^URGUIERES, PATOUT C.^ New Orleans, La. 

tBuRNETT, Charles G Eufaula, Ala. 

^6uRNS, Thomas J Mobile, Ala. 

' ByRNE, Walter C V New Orleans, La. 

v-CANNON, FRANCIS S Greenville, Miss. 



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Cardenas, Armando L Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

t>CASSERLY, JAMES C Y. New Orleans, La. 

/CAUSSE, ROBERT M. ^ New Orleans, La. 

t^LARK, HENRY A Jacksonville, Fla. 

^LARK, LOUIS E Jacksonville, Fla. 

vCOMEAUX, ALPHONSE J.V^ Broussard, La. 

SORBIN, CECIL G : Yazoo City, Miss. 

uCoSTELLO, EUGENE V Chattanooga, Tenn. 

KioSTELLO, RAYMOND J Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Rowley, Loyola T. Mobile, Ala. 

^urrie, Marshall D.jL. ..Ville Platte, La. 

^ANOS, ALBERT J. Y.. Plaquemine, La. 

Mjarragh, Frederic....^ Franklin, La. 

'-DEVINNEY, Edward J Montgomery, Ala. 

v£)OHERTY, JOHN T , '. Beaumont, Tex. 

ODUFILHO, AUGUST A..™ New Orleans, La. 

vDUFILHO, MARC C....j£ New Orleans, La. 

t/f)UGAS, GASTON J. ^ Sunset, La. 

M5UGAS, ZENON J. ...w. Sunset, La. 

lDUPAS, JAMES J... y Paris, France. 

tf^UPONT, EMILE W. ^ Houma, La. 

\^NDOM, FREDERIC J. ¥. Monroe, La. 

VESCALANTE, ERMILO E Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

t<ESCALANTE, SECUNDINO Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

VfcSCALANTE, VICENTE Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

v/fesLINGER, HENRY W. Tampa, Fla. 

•^SNARD, RENE S '. ...Matanzas, Cuba. 

(J^SPALLA, JOSEPH G .' Mobile, Ala. 

^ABACHER, Lawrence B.Y. New Orleans, La. 

^FAGET, LUKE A *!. New Orleans, La. 

^Fernandez, James J. Tampa, Fla. 

Fernandez, Manuel Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

DOSSIER, WALTERS V.. New Orleans, La. 

\/f RANCEZ, LAENNEC H. ..^. Carencro, La. 

^Gaiennie, Kenneth M.....^ , Lecompte, La. 

uSardiner, William M V. Marksville, La. 

cGlARD, LEO A Danbury, Ct. 

x/GlULI, ANGELO F Mobile, Ala. 



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GRANES, ANTONIO Vera Cruz, Mex. 

Gutierrez, C. Felipe Cienfuegos, Cuba. 

UiAILS, DANIEL T Montgomery, Ala. 

Hamel, Joseph L Yazoo City, Miss. 

HANLON, JOHN W '. Key West, Fla. 

w^ANWAY, JOHN C, Greenville, Miss. 

Parang, EDMOND lK Larose, La. 

HARTY, EMMET L , Greenville, Miss. 

vHiriart, Sebastian M. X. Plaquemine, La. 

U<OOPER, JOHN E Mobile, Ala. 

M40UNTHA, JOSEPH M.u New Orleans, La. 

'HOUSMAN, JOHN G Birmingham, Ala. 

Hunter, Warren I Selma, Ala. 

JUMONVILLE, WALTER JxC Crowley, La. 

u^eith, Nestor L. Ovalle San Jose, Costa Rica. 

Kelly, Thomas J Mobile, Ala. 

Kennedy, John A.v . Algiers, La. 

v&ERN, Benjamin J Yazoo City, Miss. 

v^OHN, ARTHUR G.^ New Orleans, La. 

1/Lamicq, Pedro San Jose, Costa Rica. 

w-Kandry, Paul Tjc .New Iberia, La. 

LANGE, GEORGE J.^. '. New Orleans, La. 

^tASSElGNE, GEORGE A ' Laplace, La. 

\Xeal, FELIPE S Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

vLeBaron, Gilbert A.:. Mobile, Ala. 

^EONHARD, JOHNT.k New Orleans, La. 

MLevert, Robert L...: New Orleans, La. 

JVlANNOCClR, James E... .... Memphis, Tenn. 

vMaxent, Thomas M.fc^ New Orleans, La. 

^CADAM, OTIS B Montgomery, Ala. 

<^McHardy Joseph J.y New Orleans, La. 

^ICHARDY, JAMES McLi New Orleans, La. 

U^eador, Benjamin Winchester, Miss. 

XMilburn, Richard F.K Milburn, La. 

WVUller, Edward R.v.. New Orleans, La. 

yMiller, Frederic W Mobile, Ala. 

Miller, William L. yf... New Orleans, La. 

MISTRIC, OSCAR J , Leonville, La. 



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HVlONTELEONE, ANTHONY.t New Orleans, La. 

IViONTELEONE, Benjamin.a. New Orleans, La. 

Morales, Herman L.k. New Orleans, La. 

iMOREDA, ESTANISLAS Havana, Cuba. 

vNEELY, DUGGAN A Mobile, Ala. 

*!<EELY, MAURICE L Mobile, Ala. 

^<eely, Peter E. Mobile, Ala. 

tNELSON, JOHN P Mobile, Ala. 

jWORVILLE, JOSEPH H Mobile, Ala. 

cMorville, Thomas P Mobile, Ala. 

/Norville, William J Mobile, Ala. 

vO'LEARY, JOSEPH A Montgomery, Ala. 

v6livier, Charles A Frozard, La.^ 

Olivier, Francis A . Frozard, La>^ 

*<3ry, Daniel J Laplace, La. *' 

-Owen, James T White Castle, La.^' 

UJWENS, Edward M Arcadia, Tex. 

UPHSTER, FlORANCE M New Orleans, La. V 

Philips, P. Tarleton New Orleans, La>' 

iPlATON, EDUARDO V ,. Valencia, Spain. 

^Frados, RUFUS H New Orleans, La. 5 ' 7 

tQuiNN, JOHN A. Sandersville, Ga. 

Ramirez, Jose S Managua, Nicaragua. 

lRansdell, John H Alexandria, La>'' 

v Rapier, Henry J * New Orleans, La> 

^Rapier, James G. Mobile, Ala. 

-REILLY, . MAURICE E. New Orleans, La. v 

LRE-XACH, FRANCESCO R Havana, Cuba. 

"REYNAUD, Oscar Lutcher, La. I 

i^Tios, Buenaventura Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

irROUGON, ANTHONY H .', Oscar, La.K 

i^ROUGON, FREDERIC F Oscar, La. v 

Bounds, Raymond K Meehan Junct., Miss. 

SEVILLA, ADRIANO J New Orleans, La> 

Sevilla, Antonio E New Orleans, La. V 

V^HAFFER, THOMAS A New Orleans, La. 

Shaffer, Richard C New Orleans, La. 

L8KELLY, JOSEPH P New Orleans, La 



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Smith, Arthur C Danbury, Ct. / 

Smokey, Charles H Fairview, La/ 

vSnyder, William L Pensacola, Fla. 

vSTAEHLE, WILLIAM A ..New Orleans, LaA 7 

Staub, Edwin J Spring Hill, Ala. 

Sturdivant, Sidney J New York, N. Y. 

^Supple, Joseph M Bayou Goula, LaV 

~ "THIBAUT, CHAREST C Donaldsonville, La./ 

TOLAND, TIMOTHY P Tampa, Fla. 

TOUART, ANTHONY J Summerville, Ala. 

JTOUART, HINTON A „.. Summerville, Ala. 

VALDEZ, EDUARDO .. = Matanzas, Cuba 

Valdez, LEOPOLDO Matanzas, Cuba 

Veazey, Leonard A Jeanerette, La;*/ 

VERDEJA, OCTAVE E : Cardenas, Cuba 

vVERDEJA, OSCAR A Cardenas, Cuba 

Vickers, Nicholas L Mobile, Ala. 

VINES, ANTONIO E Valencia, Spain 

Vizard, Anthony J New Orleans, LaV^ 

\ Wagner, Austin McG Mobile, Ala. 

Wagner, John H Mobile, Ala. 

Wagner, Joseph T ■ Mobile, Ala. 

Wallace, Richard J McComb City, Miss. 

Walsh, Lucian R. Mobile, Ala. 

\ Walsh, William M , Mobile, Ala. 

WEEMS, DOUGLAS A Alexandria, La.K 

; Whipple, Griswold A Chicago, 111. 

""Whipple, Webster J Chicago, 111. 

/ Pieman, Alphonse J Mobile, Ala. 



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A. M. D. G. 



Societies. 



SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. 

The object of this Society is to cultivate among its members 
a religious spirit, and the practice of devotion to the Mother of God. 

OFFICERS. 

Rev. J- De Potter, S. J Director 

JNO. W. QUINN Prefect. 

JNO. E. HOOPER... First Assistant. 

Jas. E. MANNOCCIR Second Assistant. 

A. F. GlULI. Secretary. 

JNO. D. HANWAY) 

T ~ „ r Sacnstans. 

Jas. G. Rapier J 

Jas. Fernandez Organist. 

MEMBERS. 

P. R. Adamson, J. T. Doherty, B. Meador 

E. L. Andrews, G. J. Dugas, O. B. McAdam, 
W. A. Ausfeld, Z. J. Dugas, F. W. Miller, 

D. H. Austin, F. J. Endom, T. P. Norvile, 
J. L. Blouin, S. Escalante, W. J. Norvile, 
L. O. Bordelon, J. G. Espalla, F. H. Pfister, 
R. M. Breard, W. S. Fossier, P. T. Philips, 
G. S. Brent, L. H. Francez, R. H. Prados, 
J. E. Bright, C. F. Gutierrez, H. J. Rapier, 

F. S. Cannon, D. T: Hails, , F. F. Rougon, 
J. C. Casserly, J. L. Hamel, R. K. Rounds, 
A. J. Comeaux, J. M. Hountha, T. A. Shaffer, 
R. J. Costello, B. J. Kern, O. A. Verdeja, 

E. J. Devinney, P. T. Landry, R. J. Wallace. 



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SOCIETY OF THE HOLY ANGELS. 



This Society has for its object to foster among the younger 
students a spirit of filial love for the Blessed Virgin, the Queen 
of Angels, and to encourage them in the practice of virtue and 
piety. 

OFFICERS. 

Rev. L. A. Paris, S. J Director. 

A. Danos Prefect. 

A. Wagner First Assistant. 

L. Cowley Second Assistant. 

C. Thibaut Secretary. 

S. Bonvillain 1 

E. Staub ^Sacristans. 

G. Lasseigne 1 

O. Reynaud > Consultors 

H. Touart J 

MEMBERS. 



R. Blouin, 

F. Breard, 
L. Clark, 
J. Hanlon, 
E. Harty, 
N. Keith, 

G. Lange, 
G. LeBaron, 



J. McHardy, 
D. Neely, 
P. Neely, 
J. Nelson, 
D. Ory, 
C. Shaffer, 
J. Skelly, 
W. Snyder. 



J. Supple, 
A. Touart, 
N. Vickers, 
A. Vizard, 
W. Walsh, 
G. Whipple, 
W. Whipple. 



CANDIDATES. 



H. Alvey, 
P. Bourgeois, 
S. Bourgeois, 
G. Broderick, 



T. Kelly, 
J. Leonhard, 
Jas. McHardy, 
J. Ransdell, 



A. Rougon, 
A. J. Sevilla, 
A. E. Sevilla, 
T. Wagner. 



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THE APOSTLESHIP OF PRAYER 



IN UNION WITH 



THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS 



This Association aims at training its members to put on the 
Spirit of Jesus Christ in the practice of prayer and other good 
works, by seeking in them the interests of His Sacred Heart, viz: 
The "glory of God and the salvation of souls." 



Rev. P. J. Philippe, S. J Director 



SENIOR PROMOTERS. 
J. Hanway, 
J. E. Mannoccir, 

A. F. Giuli, 
E. Devinney, 

B. J. Kern, 
J. Fernandez, 

Oscar Verdeja (Chief). 



JUNIOR PROMOTERS. 
A. Danos (Chief), 
G. Lasseigne, 
A. Wagner, 
J. Skelly, 
H. Touart, 
O. Reynaud,- 
A. Sevilla. 



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ALTAR BOYS' ASSOCIATION 



This Society is established to add solemnity to Divine Wor- 
ship, and to cherish in the hearts of its members devotion to the 
Blessed Sacrament. 



OFFICERS: 



MR. J. J. WALLACE, S. J Director 

A. McG. Wagner Prefect. 

O. Reynaud Secretary. 

E. J. Staub Censor. 



MEMBERS 



S. Bonvillain, 
F. Breard, 
H. Brierre, 
L. Clark, 
A. Danos, 
L. Fabacher, 
J. Hanlon, 
E. Harty, 
N. Keith, 



G. Lange, 
G. Lasseigne, 
G. LeBaron, 
J. McHardy, 
J. Nelson, 
A. Rougon, 
C. Shaffer, 
J. Skelly, 
W. Snyder, 



J. Supple, 
C. Thibaut, 
A. Touart, 
H. Touart, 
N. Vickers, 
A. Vizard, 
T. Wagner, 
G. Whipple, 
W. Whipple. 



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LITERARY SOCIETIES. 



The object of these Societies is the cultivation of eloquence 
by means of debates, dramatic readings and declamations. 

SENIOR. 

OFFICERS. 
REV. A. GUYOL, S. J., Director. 



FIRST TERM. 

J. E. Mannoccir, 
T. P. Norville, 
J. L. Blouin, 



SECOND TERM. 

J. E. Mannoccir. President. 

J. C. Hanway Secretary. 

J. L. Blouin Censor. 



P. R. Adamson, 

D. Austin, 
H. A. Clark, 

E. V. Costello, 
E. Devinney, 



MEMBERS. 

A. F. Giuli, 
E. Harang, 

J. E. Hooper, 

B. J. Kern, 
W. Norville, 

JUNIOR. 



P. T. Philips, 
R. H. Prados, 
J. H. Quinn, 
J. G. Rapier, 
R. J. Wallace, 



OFFICERS. 
Rev. L. A. Paris, S. J., Director. 



FIRST TERM. 

G. A. Lasseigne President. 

G. Lange Secretary. 

C. Thibaut Censor. 



L. T. Cowley, 
J. W. Hanlon, 
E. L. Harty, 
J. A. Kennedy, 
G. J. Lange, 



MEMBERS. 

P. E. Neely, 
J. T. Owen, 
J. P.Skelly, 
E. J. Staub, 
J. M. Supple, 



SECOND TERM. 
G. A. Lasseigne, 
G. Broderick, 
C. Thibaut. 



H. A. Touart, 
N. L. Vickers, 
A. W. Wagner, 
W. M. Walsh, 
W. J. Whipple. 



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PHILOMATHIC SOCIETY. 



OFFICERS. 

MR. D. J. FOULKES, S. J., Director. 

J. T. DOHERTY President. 

R. K. ROUNDS Secretary. 

F. S. CANNON , Censor. 

MEMBERS. 

R. M. Breard, R. J. Costello, F. J. Endom, 

G. S. Brent, J. J. Fernandez, F. J. Miller, 

A. J. Zieman. 



WEATHER BUREAU 



The object of this Society is to take meteorological observa- 
tions and display the various weather signals for the benefit of the 
Faculty and Students and those living in the neighborhood of the 
College. 

MR. A. L. KUNKEL, S. J Director. 

MEMBERS. 

J. E. Mannoccir, E. A. Andrews, T. P. Norville, 

J. E. Hooper, E. G. Espalla, R. R. Prados, 

J. E. Bright, D. H. Austin. 



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PUBliISJ4ED by . 



TfiE STUDENTS OF SPI*If*G filllll COLLEGE, 



JVIOBIIiE, RUR. 



STAFF. 



REV. J. DE POTTER, S. J Moderator. 

J. Earle Mannoccir, '04 Edit or -in- Chief. 

Eugene V. Costello, '04,1 

J. Louis Blouin, '04, > Associate Editors. 

Richard J. Wallace, '05. J 

n T H r H t0n A P t hil!pS ' '° 4 '1 Athletic Editors. 

David H. Austin, 04. J 

John H. Quinn, '04, \ Business Manaaert 

Angelo F. Giuli, '04. J Justness Managers. 

James y G n Rap^Ks?'} Advertising Managers. 

John C H H^y^% 4 } Local and E ™ h <™9* mit ors. 

Remittances, literary contributions and business letters 
should be addressed : 

THE SPRING HILL REVIEW, 

SPRING HILL COLLEGE, 

Mobile, Ala. 



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PHILHARMONIC SOCIETIES. 



The object of these Societies is to add solemnity to religious 
and literary festivals, and to give the members an opportunity of 
improving themselves in the practice of instrumental music. 

SENIOR BRASS BAND. 

MR. D. J: FoULKES, S. J President 

PROF. A. J. STAUB Director. 

OFFICERS : 

JAMES G. RAPIER Vice President. 

H. A. Clark .Secretary. 

E. L. HARANG Censor. 

MEMBERS: 

Rev. P. J. Philippe, S. J., D.T. Hails, 

E. Andrews, J. M. Hountha, 

R. J. Costello, B. J. Kern, 

S. Escalante, H. J. Rapier, 

J.Fernandez, M. E. Reilly, 

W. S. Fossier, O. Verdeja. 

JUNIOR. 

Mr. L. M. BELLOCQ, S. J President. 

PROF. A. SUFFICH Director. 

Mr. J. J. Wallace, S. J. 

• OFFICERS: 

FIRST TERM. SECOND TERM. 

T. Maxent Vice President T. Maxent. 

G. Lasseigne Secretary J. Skelly. 

N. Vickers Censor G. Broderick. 

MEMBERS: 

F. Blouin, ' G. Lange, 
E. Escalante, J. Nelson, 
L. Fabacher, D. Ory, 

J. Hanlon, J. Ramirez, 

E. Harty, E. Staub, 

N. Keith, J. Supple, 

J. Kennedy, A. Touart, 
H. Touart. 



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37 



COLLEGE ORCHESTRA 



OFFICERS. 
Rev. L. A. Paris, S. J. 



Prof. A. J. Staub. 



MEMBERS. 



Rev. G. A. Rittmeyer, S, J., 
Rev. P. J. Philippe, S. J., 
Mr. D. J. Foulkes, S. J., 

E. Andrews, 
R. Breard, 
T. Burns, 
L. Clark, 

R. Costello, 

F. Endom, 
L. Fabacher, 
J. Fernandez, 
J. Hamel, 



Prof. A. Suffich, 



E. Harang, 
J. E. Hooper, 
J. Hountha, 
J. Housman, 
N. Keith, 
D. Ory, 
G. Lange, 
J. E. Mannoccir, 
J. Rapier, 
M. E. Reilly, 
H. Touart, 
N. L. Vickers. 



COLLEGE CHOIR AND GLEE CLUB 



OFFICERS. 

Rev. G. A. Rittmeyer, S. J., Director 

PROF. A. J. STAUB Organist 

Mr. L. BELLOCQ, S. J., Assistant Organist 

MEMBERS. 
Rev. L. A. Paris, S. J., 
Mr. A. L. Kunkel, S. J., Mr. D. J. Foulkes, S. J., 

E. Andrews, J. Fernandez, O. McAdam, 

L. Bordelon, J. C. Hanway, J. Rapier, 

J. Casserly, J. E. Hooper, A. Shaffer. 

H. A. Clark, 



38 
READING ROOM ASSOCIATIONS. 



These Associations are intended to encourage useful reading 
among the students. During the hours of recreation, they can 
have access to libraries of more than two thousand volumes, [on 
various subjects, by the best ancient and modern writers. 



SENIOR. 

OFFICERS: 

Rev. P. J. Philippe, S. J Director. 

J. E. Mannoccir President. 

J. H. Quinn Sec'y and Treas. 

J. E. Hooper Librarian. 

A. F. Giuli, 1 

T. P. Norville, \ - Censors. 

B. J. Kern. 



junior; 



OFFICERS: 



Rev. Charles V. Lamb, S. J Director. 

G. A. Lasseigne President. 

C. C. Thibaut. Secretary. 

D. J. Ory Treasurer. 

K. M. Gaiennie Librarian. 



39 
BILLIARD ROOM ASSOCIATION 



OFFICERS. 



REV. P. J. PHILIPPE, S.J Director. 

J. C. Hanway President. 

J. E. Hooper Secretary and Treasurer. 

A- , F - Giuli, "I 0emors 

J. L. Blouin, J 



COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONS. 

OFFICERS. 
REV. P. J. PHILIPPE, S. J Director. 

BASEBALL TEAM. 

B. J. Kern Captain. 

A. F. Giuli : Manager. 

FOOTBALL TEAM. 

R. K. Rounds Captain. 

J. C. Casserly Manager. 

TRACK TEAM. 

J. G. Rapier Captain. 

B. J. Kern Manager. 

OUT-DOOR ATHLETICS. 

P. T. Philips President. 

J. C. Hanway Secretary and Treasurer. 

J. G. Rapier,^ 

J. H. Quinn, 1 Censors 

J. E. Hooper, f tensors. 

L. H. Francez,J 



40 
GYMNASIUM. 

OFFICERS. 

Rev. P. J. Philippe, S. J Director. 

T.Philips President. 

R. K. Rounds Sec'y and Treas. 

J. Rapier, "j 

F. Cannon, > , Censors. 

T. Hails. 



JUNIOR ATHLETIC CLUB. 

OFFICERS. 

Rev. Charles V. Lamb, S. J ". Director. 

G. Lange President. 

W. Whipple Sec'y and Treas. 

H. Brierre Censor. 



41 



Class Roll, 1903-1904 



V Blouin, J. Louis 
\yCpstello, Eugene V. 
vFossier, Walter S. 
^Giuli, Angelo F. 
vrianway, John C. 



UAdamson, Paul R. 
»y6louin, Francis R. 



vBroderick, George A. 
\Xfowley, Loyola T. 
1^/fiails, Daniel T. 
t/fiountha, Joseph M. 
v^Harang, Edward L. 



PfimosoPHV. 

v^Ma-nnoccir, J. Earle 
'MVorville, Thomas P. 
\/Philips, P. Tarleton 
l^Prados, 

\A 

RHETORIC. 



0<f 



Rufus H. 
'innn. John H. 



^Dptfinney, Edward J. 
•Rapier, James G. 
vWallace, Richard J. 

POBTt^Y. 

vLasseigne, George A. 
Uf*fister, Florance M. 
^^ReiHy, Maurice E. 
^eynaud, Oscar. 
^Rougon, Frederick F. 
i, Benjamin J. 



V^e 



1/Bonvillain, Sidney A. 
VCannon, Francis S. 
Lffoherty, John T. 
(^ernandez, James J. 
i/Keith, Nestor L. 
vLange, George J. 
[/Miller, Frederic W. 
CKorville, Joseph H. 
VO'Leary, Joseph A. 



FII^ST G^AjWjVIflH. 



i^Vhi 



pple, 



Klry, Daniel J. 
founds, Raymond K. 
^Sevilla, Antonio E. 
I^/Smokey, Charles H. 
I Staub, Edwin J. 
l/thibaut, Charest C. 
^fpuart, Hinton A. 
\mcktxs, Nicholas L. 
^Wagner, Austin McG. 
Webster J. 



0\ 



L 



07 



42 
SHCOflD Gt*flN[JV[flR. 

Alvey, Blewett M. \/LeBaron,. Gilbert A. 

i Bordelon, Lester L. U^evert, Robert L. 

Breard, Robert M. M^eely, Peter E. 

Burguieres, Patout C. \/blivier, Francis A. 

'-Burns, Thomas J. vRansdell, John H. 

V Clark, Louis E. Vgevilla, Adriano J. 

^postello, Raymond J. . VShaffer, Thomas A. 

Danos, Albert J. VSkelly, Joseph P. 

Escalante, Ermilo E. ^Smith, Arthur 'C. 

I/Giard, Leo A. ^-Supple, Joseph M. 

x/Hanlon, John W. vVizard, Anthony J. 

ythriart, Sebastian M. i^Valsh, William M. 



TfllRO GHKWlRH~~Seetion R. 



a1 



/Anton, Abelardo J. ^elson, John P. 

/-"Breard, Francis G. /N /Olivier, Charles A. 

McHardy, Joseph J. vShaffer, Richard C. 

, Milburn, Richard F. vTpuart, Anthony J. 

WVUstric, Oscar J. l^erdeja, Oscar A. 

j/Morales, Herman L. 7 l/Wagner, Joseph T. 



Wh 



lipple, Griswold A. 
THltyD QHKWWRH~~ Section B. 

vMvey, Richard H. ^Mx:Hardy, James McL. 

v/Bourgeois, Sidney J. VMiller, William L. 

Fabacher, Lawrence B. '/Snyder, William L. 

V Housman, John G. ^veazey, Leonard A. 

j/kohn, Arthur G. / VVerdeja, Octave E. 

^Weems, Douglas A. 

SUPE^IOH COMMERCIAL*. 

l/AUstin, David H. yiooper, John E. 

y^lark, Henry A. ^4ehle, William A. 

v/Espalla, Joseph G. 'Wa-iur, Jo! n H. 



43 



pi^ST COjVL^H^CIflli. 







< 




Irews, Elmore L 
;f eld, Walter A. 
>rdelon, Louis O. 
ldreaux, David 
^Bright, Joseph E. 
iCjausse, Robert M. 
vJDufilho, Marc J. 
. .Dugas, Gaston J. 



^/Qugas, Zenon J. 
^Dupont, Emile W. 
^Esnard, Rene S. 
yFxancez, Laennec H. 
iennie, Kenneth M. 
arty, Emmet L. 
unter, Warren I. 
j/jvicAdam, Otis B. 
VNorville, William J. 

SECOND COJVIJVLBSCIAIi. 



>Brent, George S. 
U#rierre, Henry R. 
s/kurnett, Charles G. 
t/Corbin, Cecil G. 
t^Currie, Marshall D. 
lAdom, Frederic J. 
^fiscalante, Secundino 
(Gardiner, William M 
V^i-tierrez, C. Felipe 
t^Hamel, Joseph L. 



^ 



monville, Walter J. 

nnedy, John A. 
eal, Felipe S. 

eador, Benjamin 
kiVtonteleone, Anthony 
■/Owen, James T. 
VOwens, Edward M. 

pier, Henry J. 

land, Timothy P. 

alsh, Lucian R. 
i, Alphonse J. 

o 



(/Bourgeois, Paul U^elly, Thomas J. 

^Comeaux, Alphonse J. ULandry, Paul T. 



1 



Uparragh, Frederic 
\/Dupas, James J. 
^linger, Henry W. 
i/Granes, Antonio 



v^Maxent, Thomas M. 

Monteleone, Benjamin 
Weely, Duggan A. 
vRougon, Anthony H. 
t^Sturdivant, Sidney J. 

P^EPfl^RTOHV. 

Anton, Juan F. l/leonhard, John T. 

x/Anton, Leopoldo F. filler, Edward R. 

v^Batchelder, George O'N. vMoreda, Estanislas 

l/feyrne, Walter C. uNeely Maurice L. 

Cardenas, Armando L. \/Haton, Eduardo V. 

^/Dufilho, August A. Ramirez, Jose S. 

J^scalante, Vicente v^Rexach, Francesco R. 

uF^get, Luke A. \xPfios, Buenaventura 

Uf^rnandez, Manuel A. l >Valdez, Eduardo 

l/uimicq, Pedro , ^-Valdez, Leopoldo 

^vines, Antonio E. 



44 



R. CQ. D. G. 



Seventy-poapth 
flWJflli CO]VHV[EHCE|VIEflT 

. . OF . . 

Spring Hill College, 

Wednesday, June 22nd, 1904, 
At 8:30 R. JVI. 



45 



An Historical Tragedy in Four Acts. 



DRAMATIS PERSONS. 

LEOVIG, KING OF THE VISIGOTHS J. Hanway 

HERMIGILD, SON OF LEOVIG J. Rapier 

RECARED, SON OF LEOVIG P. Norville 

DUKE ARGIMUND, COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF L. Blouin 

COUNT EVARIC, CHANCELLOR A F. Cannon 

COUNT SISBERT, AMBASSADOR OF THE KING L. Giard 

RODERIC, SON OF EVARIC : E. Harang 

THEODORIC, ROYAL OFFICER.. T. Philips 

CLAUDIUS, ROMAN OFFICER P. Adamson 

RODOLFO, FRIEND OF HERMIGILD A. Smith 

FREDEGISEL, PEDDLER AND TRAITOR.. B. Kern 

LIEUTENANT L. Bordelon 

Soldiers. 



Place — Spain. Time — Sixth Century 



46 



Programme. 



CORONATION MARCH Meyerbeer Orchestra 

Salutatory J. H. Quinn 

ACT I. 

Scene i — Toledo: Royal Assembly Room. 
Scene 2 — Seville: Hall in the Governor's Palace. 

FLUTE SOLO Caprice Be Concert H. Touart 

ACT II. 

Scene 1 — Camp before Seville. 
Scene 2 — Street in Seville. 

MERRY WIVES— (Overture) Nicolai Orchestra 

ACT III. 

Scene i-^-In the Forest. 

Scene 2 — Toledo Royal Assembly Room. 

BIVOUAC SONG A. J. Staub..., J. Hanway 

ACT IV. 

Scene: Prison. 

MINUET A. Suffich Orchestra 

Valedictory J. L. Biouin 



Conferring of Degrees. Award of Medals. 

Distribution of Premiums. 

R. fil. D. G. 



47 



The Argument. 



Hermigild, when Governor of Seville, renoun- 
ces Arianism, and professes allegiance to the true 
church. 

Leovig's indignation at this unexpected conver- 
sion is made greater by the evil councils of Evaric 
and the hatred of Argimund, the proud Duke of 
the Visigoths. 

Despite the appeals of Recared and the pro- 
tests of Theodoric, the King deposes Hermigild 
and banishes him from the realm; Incensed at 
this unjust decree, the people of Seville revolt 
against the King. 

A treasonable document, forged by Argimund, 
prevents a reconciliation between the King -and 
Hermigild, who is condemned to death. 

When the forgery is discovered, Recared and 
Theodoric hasten to save the prince, but arrive 
too late. He has just received the martyr's crown 
at the hands of the fierce Sisbert. 



L. D. S. 



48 

^oll of Honor 



The following students were distinguished during the year 
for Good Conduct and Application. 

(The Highest Number of Marks Attainable is ioo.) 
SENIOR DIVISION. 

AUSTIN, DAVID H 100. 

BORDELON, LEWIS O 100. 

BURGUIERES, PATOUT C 100. 

BRIGHT, JOSEPH E 100. 

COMEAUX, ALPHONSE J 100. 

DOHERTY, JOHN T 100. 

DUGAS, GASTON J 100. 

DUGAS, ZENON J 100. 

ESNARD, RENE S 100. 

ESPALLA, JOSEPH G 100. 

FERNANDEZ, JAMES J 100. 

FOSSIER, WALTER S 100. 

GIULI, ANGELO F 100. 

GUTIERREZ, C. FELIPE 100. 

HANWAY, JOHN C 100. 

HOOPER, JOHN E 100. 

MANNOCCIR, JAMES E 100. 

MCADAM, OTIS B 100. 

MILLER, FREDERICK W 100. 

NORVILLE, THOMAS P 100. 

OWENS, EDWARD M 100. 

PHILIPS, P. TARLETON 100. 



49 

PLATON, EDUARDO V.:- 100. 

QUINN, JOHN H 100. 

ROUNDS, RAYMOND K 100. 

TOLAND, TIMOTHY P 100. 

VERDEJA, OCTAVIO E 100. 

VERDEJA, OSCAR A 100. 

VINES, ANTONIO E 100. 

WAGNER, JOHN H ...100. 

AUSFELD, WALTER A. 99. 

BURNS, THOMAS J 99. 

CANNON, FRANCIS S 99. 

HOUNTHA, JOSEPH M 99. 

RAPIER, HENRY J 99. 

SMITH, ARTHUR C 99. 

CURRIE, MARSHALL D 98. 

FRANCEZ, LAENNEC H 98. 

JUMONVILLE, WALTER J 98. 

LEVERT, ROBERT L... 98. 

MONTELEONE, BENJAMIN 98. 

PRADOS, RUFUS H 98. 

ANDREWS, ELMORE L 97. 

CLARK, HENRY A 97. 

SHAFFER, THOMAS A 97. 

HAILS, D. TROY 96. 

LANDRY, PAUL T 96. 

STAEHLE, WILLIAM A. 96. 

ADAMSON, PAUL R 95. 

HAMEL, JOSEPH L 95. 

BORDELON, LESTER L 94. 



50 

KERN,*BENJAMIN J 94. 

ENDOM, FREDERIC J 92. 

ESCALANTE, SECUNDINO 92. 

HIRIART, SEBASTIAN M 90. 

ZIEMAN, ALPHONSE J 89. 

DEVINNEY, EDWARD J 88. 

JUNIOR DIVISION. 

DANOS, ALBERT J 100. 

OLIVIER, CHARLES A 100. 

ROUGON, ANTHONY H 100. 

SHAFFER, R. CONWAY 100. 

STAUB, EDWIN J 100. 

MILBURN, RICHARD F 99. 

CLARK, LOUIS E 98. 

ALVEY, BLEWETT M 97. 

BYRNE, WALTER C 95. 

BONVILLAIN, SIDNEY A 94. 

DUPAS, JAMES J 94. 

MOREDA, ESTANISLAS 94. 

SNYDER, WILLIAM L 94. 

TOUART, ANTHONY J 92. 

VIZARD, ANTHONY J 92. 

BOURGEOIS, SIDNEY J 91. 

COWLEY, LOYOLA T 89. 

FAGET, LUKE A 89. 

ALVEY, RICHARD H 87. 

SUPPLE, JOSEPH M 80. 



51 



THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



A< 



JAMES C. CASSERLY, A. B. 



52 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



VJ. EARLE MANNOCCIR, 
THOMAS P. NORVILLE, 
VJOHN H. QUINN, 
ANGELO F. GIULI, 
•0. LOUIS BLOU1N, 

P. TARLETON PHILIPS, 
\ JOHN C. HANWAY, 
WALTER S. FOSSIER, 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE GRADUA- 
TING CLASS WERE WON BY 

J. EARLE MANNOCCIR1 

>EX AEQUO 
THOMAS P. NORVILLE 



53 



THE DEGREE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



/DAVID H. AUSTIN, 
i^fOHN E. HOOPER, 
JOSEPH G. ESPALLA, 
/WILLIAM A. STAEHLE. 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE COMMERCIAL 
COURSE WERE WON BY 

DAVID H. AUSTIN 



54 



flixiard of JWedals. 



THE BISHOP'S MEMORIAL MEDAL, 

FOUNDED 
BY THE LATE 

RT. REV. BISHOP O'SULLIVAN, D. D. 

FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

AND 

ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, 

WAS MERITED BY 

(Thomas flkyton Horville* 

NEXT IN MERIT 

EDWARD J. DEVINNEY, J. EARLE MANNOCCIR, 

DAVID H. AUSTIN. 



*? 









55 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 

BEST EXAMINATION IN CATECHISM 

WAS MERITED BY 

John G. IDoberty* 

NEXT IN MERIT : 

R. CONWAY SHAFFER, GEORGE J. LANGE 

DONOR : 

REV. THOMAS D. MADDEN, S. J., 
Selma, Ala. 



56 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



GOOD CONDUCT* 

IN THE SENIOR DIVISION 
WAS MERITED BY 

David 1b* ftustin* 

DONOR : 

REV. L. SCHULER, S. J., 

Mobile, Ala. 

PREMIUM : 

ANGELO F. GIULI. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Frederick W. Miller, Raymond K. Rounds, 

J. Earl Mannoccir, John T. Doherty, 

Edward M. Owens, C. Felipe Gutierrez, 

Timothy P. Toland, Joseph G. Espalla, 

John H. Quinn, John C. Hanway. 



* The Gold Medals for Good Conduct have been awarded by the votes of the 
students with the approbation of the Faculty. 



57 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

GOOD CONDUCT 

IN THE JUNIOR DIVISION 
WAS MERITED BY 

£dwin J* StauK 

DONOR : 

REV. W. A. WILKINSON, S. J., 

Augusta, Ga. 

PREMIUM : 
ANTHONY H. ROUGON. 



DISTINGUISHED 

R. Conway Shaffer, Sidney A. Bonvillain, 

Charles A. Olivier, Anthony J. Touart, 

Richard F. IWilburn, Anthony J. Vizard, 

William L. Snyder, Sidney J. Bourgeois, 

Estanislas Moreda, Loyola T. Cowley. 



58 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 



BEST COMPOSITION 



IN 



MENTAL PHILOSOPHY 



WAS MERITED BY 



Cbomas fl$. fflorville* 



DONOR : 



MISS NORMA GRILLO, 



Natchez, Miss. 



59 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 



BEST ENGLISH COMPOSITION 



WAS MERITED BY 

Cbomas ©♦ IRorville. 

NEXT IN MERIT, 

Edward J. Devinney, Eugene V. Costello, 

Angelo F. Giuli, John H. Quinn. 

DONOR : 

Very Rev. C. T. O'CALLAGHAN, D. D., V. G., 

Mobile, Ala. 



60 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



LATIN 



WAS NOT AWARDED, 



BECAUSE THE REQUIRED STANDARD 



WAS NOT REACHED. 



DONOR : 



REV. D. SAVAGE, D. D., 



MONTGOMERY, ALA. 



61 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 



BEST GREEK COMPOSITION 



WAS MERITED BY 



Angelo jf. (BiulK 



NEXT IN MERIT : 



EDWARD J. DEVINNEY, JOSEPH M. HOUNTHA. 



DONOR : 

DR. T. A. DUGGAN, 
New Orleans, La. 



62 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



PHYSICAL SCIENCES 



WAS MERITED BY 



lames Barle .flftannocclr* 



NEXT IN MERIT : 

THOMAS P. NORVILLE, ANGELO F.'GIULI, 

DAVID H. AUSTIN. 



DONOR : 

REV. P. A. O'REILLY, 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



63 

THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS 

(FIRST GRADE) 
WAS MERITED BY 

Hkstor %. Uteitb* 



NEXT IN MERIT : 

THOMAS P. NORVILLE, JOHN E. HOOPER,. 

DAVID H. AUSTIN. 



DONOR : 
MRS. E. SEVILLA, 
New Orleans, La. 



64 

THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS 

(SECOND GRADE) 
WAS MERITED BY 



John G* Doberty 



NEXT IN MERIT : 



RAYMOND K. ROUNDS, FRANCIS A. OLIVIER, 



DONOR ; 



MR. R. A. FINCH, 



TOULMINVILLE, ALA. 



il 








tifffOtb 



',<>:£$ 



*«&88i 



v «*^»:s**" 



iLL 



65 

THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN ELOCUTION 

(SENIOR SECTION), 
WAS MERITED BY 

<&eor$e &♦ IBroderich* 

NEXT IN MERIT : 
J. LOUIS BLOUIN, EUGENE V. COSTELLO. 



DONOR : 



HON. C. L. LAVRETTA, 



Mobile, Ala. 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN ELOCUTION 

(JUNIOR SECTION) 
WAS MERITED BY 

tR* Conway Shaffer* 



NEXT IN MERIT : 



AUSTIN M. WAGNER, ANTHONY J. TOUART. 



DONOR : 



A FRIEND. 



67 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



EXCELLENCE IN HISTORY 



WAS MERITED BY 



Gimotby ft* GolawL 



DONOR: 



MAJOR PATRICK C. HANNAN, 



Mobile, Ala. 



68 

THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT 

IN 

PENMANSHIP 

(JUNIOR DIVISION) 
WAS MERITED BY 

Jose B* tRamirez 



DONOR : 

Rev. JOHN W. DUNN, 
Mobile, Ala. 






69 

THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

Proficiency in the Use of Instrument 
in the Senior Brass Band 

WAS MERITED BY 

£lmore %. Andrews* 



NEXT IN MERIT : 



JAMES G. RAPIER, EDMOND L. HARANG. 



DONOR : 

DR. ANGELO FESTORAZZI, 

Mobile, Ala. 



70 

THE GOLD MEDAL 

FCHR 

Proficiency in the Use of Instrument 
in the Junior Brass Band 

WAS MERITED BY 

Ibinton !U Gouart 



NEXT IN MERIT: 



LAWRENCE B. FABACHER. DANIEL J. ORY, 



DONOR : 

MR. WILLIAM MCDONNELL, 

MOBILE, Ala. 



71 






Distribution of Premiums. 

Graduating Classes. 
PHILOSOPHY. 



EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

T. PEYTON NORVILLE. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 
J. EARLE MANNOCCIR. 

DISTINGUISHED : 
JOHN H. QUINN, ANGELO F. GIULI 



SUPERIOR COMMERCIAL. 



PREMIUM : 

JOHN E. HOOPER. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

DAVID H. AUSTIN, JOSEPH G. ESPALLA, 



72 



Classical Coarse. 



RHETORIC. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

PREMIUM : 
Edward J. Devinney. 

DISTINGUISHED ; 
James G. Rapier, Richard J. Wallace. 

EXCELLENCE. 

PREMIUM : 
Richard J. Wallace. 

DISTINGUISHED : 
Paul R. Adamson, Edward J. Devinney. 



73 
LATIN. 

PREMIUM: 
Edward J. Devinney. 
DISTINGUISHED : 
Paul R. Adamson, James G. Rapier. 

GREEK. 

PREMIUM : 
Edward J. Devinney. 

DISTINGUISHED : 
Paul R. Adamson, Richard J. Wallace. 

ENGLISH. 

PREMIUM : 
Edward J. Devinney. 

DISTINGUISHED : 
James G. Rapier, Paul R. Adamson. 



74 
TRIGONOMETRY. 

PREMIUM : 

James G. Rapier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Richard J. Wallace, Edward J. Devinney. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

PREMIUM : 
Francis R. Blouin. 

DISTINGUISHED : 
Edward J. Devinney, Paul R. Adamson. 

ELOCUTION. 
* 

PREMIUM : 
Paul R. Adamson. 
DISTINGUISHED : 
James G. Rapier, Francis R. Blouin. 



75 



POETRY. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 
Joseph M. Hountha. 
SECOND PREMIUM : 
Benjamin J. Kern. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

George A. Broderick, D. Troy Hails, 

Edmond L. Harang. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

D. Troy Hails. 
SECOND PREMIUM : 
Joseph M. Hountha. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

George A. Broderick, Loyola T. Cowley, 

Benjamin J. Kern. 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

George A. Lasseigne. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

D. Troy Hails. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Joseph M. Hountha, George A. Broderick, 

Florance M. Pfister. 



76 
GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Joseph M. Hountha. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

D. Troy Hails. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

George A. Broderick, George A. Lasseigne, 

Maurice E. Reilly. 



ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Benjamin J. Kern. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

George A. Lasseigne. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

George A. Broderick, Joseph M. Hountha 

D. Troy Hails. 



GEOMERTY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

D. Troy Hails. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Loyola T. Cowley. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

George A. Broderick, Edmond L. Harang, 

Benjamin J. Kern. 



77 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

George A. Broderick. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph M. Hountha. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Benjamin J. Kern. D. Troy Hails, 

Maurice E. Reilly. 

BOOK-KEEPING, 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

D. Troy Hails. 

SECOND PREMIUM; 

Loyola T. Cowley. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

George A. Lasseigne, Benjamin J. Kern, 

Joseph M. Hountha. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
George A. Broderick. 
SECOND PREMIUM : 
Edmond L. Harang. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Maurice E. Reilly, Benjamin J. Kern, 

Joseph M. Hountha. 



78 



FIRST GRAMMAR, 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Webster J. Whipple. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Raymond K. Rounds, John T. Doherty, 

Hinton A. Touart, George J. Lange. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

/ 

John T. Doherty. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Raymond K. Rounds. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Webster J. Whipple, Charest C. Thibaut, 

Sidney A. Bonvillain, Edwin J. Staub. 



79 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

John T. D,oherty. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Joseph H. Norville, Charest C. Thibaut, 

Webster J. Whipple, Raymond K. Rounds. 

GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

John T. Doherty. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Raymond K. Rounds. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Joseph H. Norville, Sidney A. Bonvillain, 

Charest C. Thibaut, Frederick W. Miller. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Raymond K. Rounds. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Joseph H. Norville. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John T. Doherty, Francis S. Cannon, 

Daniel J. Ory, Charest C. Thibaut. 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM. 

Nestor L. Keith. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Raymond K. Rounds. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John T. Doherty, Charest C. Thibaut, 

Hinton A. Touart, James J. Fernandez. 



80 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Raymond K. Rounds. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

John T. Doherty. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Sidney A. Bonvillain, Charest C. Thibaut, 

Webster J. Whipple, Joseph H. Norville. 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

John T. Doherty. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Nestor L. Keith. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Raymond K. Rounds, Joseph A. O'Leary, 

Gharest C. Thibaut, Nicholas L. Vickers. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Austin M. Wagner. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Francis S. Cannon. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Edwin J. Staub, Webster S. Whipple, 

Charest C. Thibaut, Joseph H. Norville. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Nestor L. Keith. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Edwin J. Staub, Webster J. Whipple, 

Charles H. Smokey, James J. Fernandez. 












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81 

SECOND GRAMMAR, 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN GREEK GRAMMAR 

WAS MERITED BY 

Ifrancis 2L ©livier, 

NEXT IN MERIT: 

Gilbert A. LeBaron, Albert J. Danos, 

Ermilo E. Escalante, Robert M. Breard. 

DONOR : 

MR. JULIAN M. SWOOP, 

New Orleans, La. 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Francis A. Olivier. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Sebastian M. Hiriart. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

William M. Walsh, Lester L. Bordelon, 

Raymond J. Costello, Thomas J. Burns. 

Albert J. Danos. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Francis A. Olivier. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Robert M. Breard. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Thomas J. Burns, William M. Walsh, 

Joseph P. Skelly, Anthony J. Vizard. 

John H. Ransdell. 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Francis A. Olivier. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Robert M. Breard. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Joseph P. Skelly, Ermilo E. Escalante, 

Raymond J. Costello, Albert J. Danos, 

John H. Ransdell. 



82 
GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM. 
Robert M. Breard. 
SECOND PREMIUM : 
Francis A. Olivier. 
DISTINGUISHED : 
Joseph P. Skelly, Raymond C. Costello, 

Gilbert A. LeBaron, Albert J. Danos, 

Ermilo E. Escalante. 
ENGLISH. 
FIRST PREMIUM: 
Robert M. Breard. 
SECOND PREMIUM: 
Francis A. Olivier. 
DISTINGUISHED: 
Sebastian M. Hiriart, Thomas A. Shaffer, 

John H. Ransdell, Raymond J. Costello, 

Blewett M. Alvey. 
ALGEBRA. 
FIRST PREMIUM: 
Robert L. Levert. 
SECOND PREMIUM: 
Thomas J. Burns, ] 

Vex aequo. 
Francis A Olivier, J 
DISTINGUISHED: 
Ermilo E. Escalante, William M. Walsh. 

Thomas A. Shaffer, Peter E. Neely,1 

>ex aequo. 
Arthur C. Smith, Albeit J. Danos, J 

ARITHMETIC. 
FIRST PREMIUM: 
Francis A. Olivier. 
SECOND PREMIUM: 
William M. Walsh. 
DISTINGUISHED: 
Arthur C. Smith, Leo A. Giard, 

Lester L. Bordelon, Thomas J. Burns, 

Sebastian M. Hiriart. 



83 
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Peter E. Neely. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Thomas A. Shaffer. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

William M. Walsh, Sebastian M. Hiriart, 

Francis A. Olivier, Lester M. Bordelon, 

Thomas J. Burns. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 
- Raymond J. Costello. 
SECOND PREMIUM : 
Ermilo E. Escalante. 
DISTINGUISHED : 
William M. Walsh, John W. Hanlon, 

Thomas J. Burns, Joseph M. Supple. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : , 

Ermilo E. Escalante. 
SECOND PREMIUM : 
Francis A. Olivier. 
DISTINGUISHED : 
Robert M. Breard, Lester L. Bordelon, 

Joseph P. Skelly, Thomas A. Shaffer, 

Thomas J. Burns. 



84 

THIRD GRAMMAR 



SECTION A. 



The Gold Medal 

FOR 

The Best Competitive Examination in the Rudiments of 
Latin, Greek and English Grammar 

WAS MERITED BY 

1R* Conway Shaffer* 

(Third Gram. A.) 

NEXT IN MERIT: 

CHARLES A. OLIVIER, ANTHONY J. TOUART, 

(Third Gram. A.) (Third Gram A.) 

OCTAVIO E. VERDEJA, WILLIAM L. SNYDER. 

(Third Gram. B.) (Third Gram. B.) 

DONOR : 
MRS. OLIVE A. JOHNSON, 
New Orleans, La. 



85 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 
R. Conway Shaffer. 
SECOND PREMIUM. 
Charles A. Olivier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Anthony J. Touart, Joseph T. Wagner, 

Joseph J. McHardy. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

R. Conway Shaffer. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Charles A. Olivier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Anthony J. Touart, John P. Nelson, 

Oscar A. Verdeja. 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

R. Conway Shaffer. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Charles A. Olivier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Anthony J. Touart, Griswold A. Whipple, 

Oscar J. Mistric. 

GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

R. Conway Shaffer. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Charles A Olivier. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph T. Wagner, Anthony J. Touart, 

Griswold A. Whipple. 



86 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

R. Conway Shaffer. 

SECOND PREMIUM ; 

Charles A. Olivier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Anthony J. Touart, John P. 'Nelson, 

Griswold A. Whipple. 

ARITHMETIC. 

First premium : 
Anthony J. Touart. 
SECOND PREMIUM : 
Charles A. Olivier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

R. Conway Shaffer, Oscar A. Verdeja, 

John P. Nelson. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Anthony J. Touart. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Charles A. Olivier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

R. Conway Shaffer, Joseph T. Wagner, 

Joseph J. McHardy. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

R. Conway Shaffer. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Anthony J. Touart. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Griswold A. Whipple, Joseph J. McHardy, 

Herman L. Morales. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Oscar A. Verdeja. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph J. McHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Herman L. Morales, John P. Nelson, 

R. Conway Shaffer. 



87 

THIRD GRAMMAR. 



SECTION B. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

William L. Snyder. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

James McL. McHardy. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Sidney J. Bourgeois, Octavio E. Verdeja, 

John G. Housman. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Octavio E. Verdeja. 
SECOND PREMIUM: 
William L. Snyder. 
DISTINGUISHED: 
Sidney J. Bourgeois, Leonard A. Veazey, 

John G. Housman. 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM. 

Octavio E. Verdeja. 

SECOND PREMIUM. 

Sidney J. Bourgeois. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

William L. Snyder, Richard H. Alvey, 

Leonard A. Veazey. 

GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Sidney J. Bourgeois. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Octavio E. Verdeja. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

William L. Snyder. Leonard A. Veazey. 

Lawrence B. Fabacher. 



88 



ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 
John G. Housman. 

SECOND PREMIUM : * 
Arthur G. Kohn. 

DISTINGUISHED : 
Leonard A. Veazey, Octavio E. Verdeja, 

Sidney J. Bourgeois. 

ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM . 
William L. Snyder. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Richard H. Alvey. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Octavio E. Verdeja, John G. Housman, 

Leonard A. Veazey. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUN : 

Leonard A. Veazey. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

William L. Snyder. 
DISTINGUISHED : 

Richard H. Alvey, John G. Housman, 

Octavio E. Verdeja. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

James McL. McHardy. 

SECOND PREMIUM; 

Lawrence B. Fabacher. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John G. Housfnan, William L. Miller, 

William L. Snyder. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Octavio E. Verdeja. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Douglas A. Weems. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Lawrence B. Fabacher. Sidney J. Bourgeois. 

William L. Snyder. 









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89 



Commercial Coarse 



FIRST COMMERCIAL. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Kenneth M. Gaiennie. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Otis B. McAdam. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

William J. Norville, Walter A. Ausfeld, 

Joseph E. Bright, Lewis O. Bordelon. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joseph E. Bright. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Otis B. McAdam. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Kennetti M. Gaiennie, Lewis O. Bordelon, 

William J. Norville, Warren I. Hunter. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joseph E. Bright. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Robert M. Causse. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Otis B. McAdam, Emmet L. Harty, 

Kenneth M. Gainnie, Warren 1. Hunter. 



90 
GEOMETRY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Kenneth M. Gaiennie. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Warren I. Hunter. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Otis B. McAdam, Joseph E. Bright, 

Lewis O. Bordelon, Robert M. Causse. 



NATURAL PHILOSOPHY AND CHEMISTRY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joseph E. Bright. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Rene S. Esnard. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

William J. Norville, Otis B. McAdam, 

Walter A. Ausfeld, Warren I. Hunter. 



ARITHMETIC AND ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Robert M. Causse. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Otis B. McAdam. 
DISTINGUISHED : 

Walter A. Ausfeld, Lewis O. Bordelon 

Kenneth M. Gaiennie, Marc J. Dufilho. 



91 
HISTORY ANDGEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Emmet L. Harty, ] 

>ex aequo. 
Kenneth M. Gaiennie,J 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph E. Bright. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Otis B. McAdam, Warren I. Hunter, 

Lewis O. Bordelon, Walter A. Ausfeld. 



BOOKKEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Kenneth M. Gaiennie. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Otis B. McAdam. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Lewis O. Bordelon, Marc J. Dufilho, 

Emile W. Dupont, Joseph E. Bright. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Elmore L. Andrews. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Emmet L. Harty. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Warren I. Hunter, Emile W. Dupont, 

Walter A. Ausfeld, Otis B. McAdam. 



92 



SECOND COMMERCIAL, 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Edward M. Owens. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Timothy P. Toland. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph L. Hamel, C. Felipe Gutierrez, 

Henry R. Brierre, Marshall D. Currie. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

C. Felipe Gutierrez. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Timothy P. Toland. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph L. Hamel, Edward M. Owens, 

Marshall D. Currie, Henry R. Brierre. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Joseph L. Hamel. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Edward M. Owens. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Timothy P. Toland, Henry R. Brierre, 

Marshall D. Currie, George S. Brent. 



93 
BOOKKEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM; 

Antonio E. Vines. ) n „^ 1Trt 
Joseph L. Hamel.| exae( l uo - 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Edward M. Owens. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

William M. Gardiner, C. Felipe Gutierrez, 

Alphonse J. Zieman, Henry R. Brierre. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Edward M. Owens. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Timothy P. Toland. 
DISTINGUISHED : 

C. Felipe Gutierrez, James T. Owen, 

John A. Kennedy, Henry R. Brierre. 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

C. Felipe Gutierrez. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph L. Hamel. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Timothy P. Toland, James T. Owen, 

Edward M. Owens, Marshall D. Currie. 



94 
ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

George S. Brent. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

C. Felipe Gutierrez. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John A. Kennedy, Joseph L. Hamel, 

Alphonse J. Zieman, Edward M. Owens. 



PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Henry R. Brierre. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Timothy P. Toland. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Marshall D. Currie, Walter J. Jumonville, 

Joseph L. Hamel, Edward M. Owens. 



95 



THIRD COMMERCIAL. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Thomas M. Maxent. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Paul T. Landry. • 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Anthony H. Rougon, Sidney J. Sturdivant, 

Henry W. Eslinger. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Thomas M. Maxent. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Paul T. Landry. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Anthony H. Rougon, Thomas J. Kelly, 

Paul Bourgeois. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Henry W. Eslinger. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Thomas M. Maxent. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Duggan A. Neely, Antonio Granes, 

Anthony H. Rougon. 



96 



ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Paul T. Landry. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Thomas M. Maxent. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Anthony H. Rougon, Antonio Granes, 

Duggan A. Neely. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Thomas M. Maxent. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Paul T. Landry. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Henry W. Eslinger, Anthony H. Rougon, 

Antonio Granes. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Henry W. Eslinger. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Duggan A. Neely. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

James J. Dupas, Paul T. Landry, 

Thomas M. Maxent. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Paul T. Landry. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Antonio Granes. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Alphonse J. Comeaux, Thomas J. Kelly, 

Benjamin Monteleone. 



97 

PREPARATORY. 



SECTION A. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

PREMIUM : 

Maurice L. Neely. 

DISTINGUISHED. 

George O'N. Batchelder, August A. Dufilho. 

EXCELLENCE. 

PREMIUM: 

Maurice L-. Neely. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Jose S. Ramirez, Edward R. Miller. 

ENGLISH GRAMMAR. 

PREMIUM: 

Jose S. Ramirez. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

George O'N. Batchelder, Maurice L. Neely. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPAY. 

PREMIUM: 

George O'N. Batchelder. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Edward R. Miller, John T. Leonhard. 



98 
ARITHMETIC. 

PREMIUM : 

John T. Leonhard. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Jose S. Ramirez, Edward R. Miller. 

ELOCUTION. 

PREMIUM: 

August A. Dufilho. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

George O'N. Batchelder, John T. Leonhard. 

SPELLING. 

PREMIUM : 

August A. Dufilho. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Edward R. Miller, George O'N. Batchelder. 

PENMANSHIP. 

PREMIUM: 

Jose S. Ramirez. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Maurice L. Neely, August A. Dufilho. 



99 

PREPARATORY. 



SECTION B. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Estanislas Moreda. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Eduardo Valdez. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Juan F. Anton, Vicente Escalante. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Antonio E. Vines. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Estanislas Moreda. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Francesco R. Rexach, Eduardo V. Platon. 

ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Estanislas Moreda. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Leopold F. Anton. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Eduardo Valdez, Juan F. Anton. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Leopoldo F. Anton. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Juan F. Anton. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Eduardo Valdez, Estanislas Moreda. 



100 



JAodevn Languages 



FRENCH. 



FIRST CLASS. 



PREMIUM: 

Joseph M. Hountha. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Marc J. Dufilho, Charest C. Thibaut. 

SECOND CLASS. 

PREMIUM : 

R. Conway Shaffer. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Albert J. Danos, Laennec H. Francez, 

THIRD CLASS. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Joseph H. Norville. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

August A. Dufilho. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Oscar J. Mistric, Webster J. Whipple. 



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GERMAN. 



PREMIUM: 



John T. Doherty. 



DISTINGUISHED: 



J. Earle Mannoccir. Joseph L. Hamel. 



SPANISH. 



PREMIUM: 



Nicholas L. Vickers, 



DISTINGUISHED : 



Joseph A. O'Leary. 



102 



Special Classes. 



MATHEMATICS. 



(ANALYTIC GEOMETRY.) 

PREMIUM: 

J. Earle Mannoccir. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

T. Peyton Norville, Eugene V. Costello. 



PENMANSHIP. 



JUNIOR DIVISION. 

SECTION A. 

PREMIUM: 

Nestor L. Keith. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Henry R. Brierre, Edwin J. Staub, 

Francis A. Olivier, Francis R. Blouin. 

SECTION B. 

PREMIUM: 

Ermilo E. Escalante. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John P. Nelson, George A. Broderick, 

Joseph J. McHardy, Joseph P. Skelly. 

SECTION C. 

PREMIUM: 

Lawrence B. Fabacher. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Blewett M. Alvey, Duggan A. Neely, 

Joseph M. Supple, Leopoldo F. Anton, 

Anthony J. Touart, Gilbert A. LeBaron. 

SECTION D. 

PREMIUM: 

Herman L. Morales. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Leonard A. Veazey, William M. Walsh, 

Richard H. Alvey, Buenaventura Rios, 

Anthony H. Rougon, Henry W. Eslinger. 



103 



DRAWING. 



ARCHITECTURAL. 

PREMIUM ; 

Marc J. Dufilho. 
MECHANICAL. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Raymond K. Rounds. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Ermilo E. Escalante 1 . 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Lawrence B. Fabacher. 
ORNAMENTAL. 

PREMIUM: 

Douglas A. Weems. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

August A. Dufilho, George O'N. Batchelder, 

ENGINEERING. 

j 

PREMIUM : 

J. Earle Mannoccir. 

[DISTINGUISHED: 
John C. Hanway. 



104 



MUSIC. 



John E. Hooper, 
Marc J. Dufilho, 



Louis E. Clark, 
Leonard A. Veazey, 



PIANO. 

DIVISION A. 

PREMIUM: 

Joseph L. Hamel. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

James J.Fernandez, 
Charles H. Smokey. 

DIVISION B. 

PREMIUM: 

Maurice E. Reilly. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Nicholas L. Vickers, 
Alphonse J. Comeaux. 



VIOLIN. 
DIVISION A. 

PREMIUM : 

Robert M. Breard. 

DISTINGUISHED: 



Joseph M. Hountha, 
Thomas J. Burns, 



George J. Lange, 
J. Earle Mannoccir, 



Elmore L. Andrews, 



DIVISION B. 

PREMIUM: 

ErmiloE. Escalante. 

DISTINGUISHED: 



Francis G. Breard, 
Anthony J. Touart, 



John G. Housman, 
John H. Ransdell, 



Gaston J. Dugas. 





105 






FLUTE. 






PREMIUM : 






Hinton A. Touart. 






DISTINGUISHED : 


* 


Frederic Endom, 




Daniel Ory, 


Jose Ramirez, 




Eduardo Valdez. 



CORNET. 

(SECTION A) 

PREMIUM : 

James G. Rapier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Nestor L. Keith, Raymond J. Costello, 

Henry J. Rapier, Francis R. Blouin. 

(SECTION B) 
PREMIUM : 

Lawrence B. Fabacher. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

George A. Lasseigne, Secundino Escalante, 

Paul R. Adamson. 

MANDOLIN. 

PREMIUM : 

James G. Rapier. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Francis R. Blouin, Patout C. Burguieres. 

CLARINET. 

PREMIUM : 

John A. Kennedy. 



106 
STENOGRAPHY. 

SECTION A. 

. PREMIUM: 

Edwin J. Staub. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Peter Neely. 

SECTION B. 

PREMIUM : 

Joseph G. Espalla. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Emmet L. Harty. 

TYPE-WRITING. 

SECTION A. 

PREMIUM : 

Hinton A. Touart. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Felipe Gutierrez, Edward Devinney. 

SECTION B. 

PREMIUM : 

Robert M. Causse. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Joseph O'Leary, Edward Owens. 



107 



Premiums 



FOR 



FOUR OR MORE DISTINCTIONS. 



CHAREST C. THIBAUT. 
LESTER L. BORDELON. 
ALBERT J. DANOS. 
JOSEPH P. SKELLY. 
JOHN H. RANSDELL. 
JOHN P. NELSON. - 
GRISWOLD A. WHIPPLE. 
WALTER A. AUSFELD. 
LEWIS O. BORDELON. 
MARSHALL D. CURRIE. 
EDWARD R. MILLER. 



108 

Acknowledgments 



THE PRESIDENT AND FACULTY WISH TO EX. 
PRESS THEIR GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT 
TO THE FOLLOWING PERSONS FOR DONA- 
TIONS TO THE COLLEGE : 

MR. AND MRS. E. SEVILLA, New Orleans, La. 
MR. AND Mrs. J. H. KEARNS, Lebanon, Ky. 
Sergeant Major BRODERICK, 2d York and 

Lancaster Regiment. 
VERY REV. W. POWER, S. J. 
REV. THEOPHILE DeBEURME, S. J. 
REV. THOMAS D. MADDEN, S. J., Selma, Ala. 
REV. C. WIDMAN, S. J., New Orleans, La. 
MAJOR P. C. HANNAN, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. ADOLPH BROOKS, New Orleans, La. 
MRS. GIULI, Mobile, Ala. 
MRS. GAMBIER, Spring Hill, Ala. 
PROF. PAUL C. BOUDOUSQUIE, Mobile, Ala. 
MISSM. S. KUNKEL, Mt. Sterling, Ills. 
MRS. FOSSIER, New Orleans; La. 
DR. CHARLES FAGET, New Orleans, La. 
DR. WILLIAM MASTIN, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. WILLIAM DALY, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. J. BUCKLEY, S. J., St. Louis, Mo. 
MR. J. S. GILLOW, S. J., Cienfuegos, Cuba. 
MESSRS. W. AND J. RYAN, Mobile, Ala. 
MR. AND MRS. M. VICKERS, Mobile, Ala. 
MRS. EANES, Mobile, Ala. 
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE. 
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 
DONORS OF MEDALS. 









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AflflOUflCE]VIEflT. 



Opening of 

Ko»tl*:a Hall 

Fot* Small Boys. 



T is our wish to notify parents that the College authorities, 
having been long desirous to provide special facilities for the 
ed ucation of those among the junior students who are less ad- 
vanced in age and strength, combined with all the conditions that 
could possibly conduce to their health and comfort, have at last 
devised an excellent means of doing so. They have decided to 
utilize for this purpose the old Southern mansion well known in 
Mobile as belonging formerly to the Luling family, which has 
lately come into their possession. 1 he elegantly equipped edifice 
itself, its spacious halls and galleries, its peculiar location and the 
beautiful gardens and grounds surrounding it, as a casual in- 
spection will show, are such as to make it admirably well suited 
for the object for which it is intended. 

As soon as the College reopens in September, this new de- 
partment, known as the Kostka Hall, will be fully prepared for 
the admission of small boys. 

For further particulars apply to the 

PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE. 



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CATALOGUE 

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SP$IfiG HlLiLi COLLEGE 

(ST. JOSEPH'S) 

JVIOBIliE, flliR. 

1904*1905 



MOBILE 

COMMERCIAL PRINTING CO., PRINTERS AND BINDERS 
1905 



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FOUNDED I|SL 1830 



CHARTERED AS A COLLEGE BY THE LEGISLATURE 
OF ALABAMA IN 1836 



EMPOWERED BY POPE GREGORY XVI TO GRANT 

DEGREES IN PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY 

AUGUST 20th, 1840 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



REV. WILLIAM J. TYRRELL, S. J. 
PRESIDENT. 

REV. FRANCIS X. TWELLMEYER, S. J, 

REV. CHARLES D. BARLAND, S. J. 

REV. THEOBALD W. BUTLER, S. J. 

REV. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J. 



FACULTY 



,/REV. WILLIAM J. TYRRELL, S. J. 
PRESIDENT. 

vREV. FRANCIS X. TWELLMEYER, S. J. 

VICE-PRESIDENT. 

Prefect of Studies and Discipline. 

^REV. CHARLES D. BARLAND, S. J. 
SECRETARY. 

^/REV. THEOBALD W. BUTLER, S. J. 
CHAPLAIN. 

REV. AUGUSTINE J. HUGH, S. J. 

TREASURER. 
, REV. JAMES DE POTTER, S. J. 
Lecturer on Christian Doctrine. Professor of Mental Philosophy 
in the Classical Course. Librarian. 

REV. THOMAS E. STRITCH, S. J. 
^/'MR. GEORGE P. BRYAN, S. J. 
Professors of Mechanics, Astronomy, Physics and Chemistry. 

REV. PETER J. PHILIPPE, S. J. 
Professor of Mental Philosophy in the Commercial Course. 
MR. DAVID J. FOULKES, S, J. 
Professor of English in Superior Commercial Class.— French. 

jKEV. CHARLES V. LAMB, S. J. 
Professor of Philosophy in the Post Graduate Course. 



REV. JOHN H. MEYER, S. J. 
Higher Mathematics. Stenography, 

^REV. AMADEUS GUYOL, S. J. 
Rhetoric. French. 

REV. EMANUEL DE LA MORINIERE, S. J. 
Poetry. 

RevT GEORGE A. RITTMEYER, S. J. 
First Grammar Glass. German. 

IMR. JAMES J. WALLACE, S. J. 
Second Grammar Class. 

MR. ROBERT M, BROOKS, S. J. 
Third Grammar Glass. 

"'REV. PAUL FAGET, S. J. 
Spanish, French and Special English. 

S REV. JOSEPH O'REILLY, S. J. 
First Commercial Class. Bookkeeping. 

,/REV. EDWARD I. FAZAKERLEY, S. J. 
Second Commercial Class, Section A. Bookkeeping. 

VMr. STANISLAUS J. GILLOW, S. J. 
Second Commercial Class. Section B. 

MR. JAMES H. VEAU, S. J." 

Third Commercial Class. Special English. 

\JREV. KEVIN A. NOWLAN, S. J. 

Mathematics, 

vMR. JOSEPH C. KEARNS, S. J. 

Special Latin and Greek. Typewriting. 



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PREFECTS. 

REV. PETER J. PHILIPPE, S. J. 

REV. KEVIN A NOWLAN, S. J. 

MR. DAVID J. FOULKES, S. J. 

MR. JOSEPH C. KEARNS, S. J. 



ASSISTANT PREFECTS. 

REV. PAUL FAGET, S. J. 

REV. THOMAS SLEVIN, S. J. 

MR. STANISLAUS J. GILLOW, S. J. 

MR. ROBERT M. BROOKS, S. J. 

MR. JAMES H. VEAU, S. J. 



KOSTKA HALL. 

(Minim Department.) 
, REV. LOUIS A. PARIS, S. J. 
REGENT. 
Third Grammar Glass. 

t REV. PAUL E. ELFER, S. J. 
Preparatory Glass. Typewriting. 

MR. THOMAS A. CAREY, S. J. 
Prefect. 



v/AUGUST J.'STAUB, Mus. BocA 

> Professors of Music. 
vANGELO SUFFICH J 

ypAVL C. BOUDOUSQUIE, A. M., B. F. A. 

Professor of Drawing and Galigraphy. 

WILLIAM M. MASTIN, M. D. 
Attending Physician. 



PROSPECTUS 



SPRING HILL COLLEGE is beautifully situated five miles 
from Mobile, on an elevation one hundred and fifty feet 
above sea level. From the Bay of Mobile and the Gulf of 
Mexico, it enjoys a constantly refreshing breeze that renders its 
situation both agreeable and healthy. 

The extensive grounds are artistically laid out and adorned 
with many beautiful walks and an endless variety of flowers 
plants and trees. There are besides pretty summer houses and 
splendid statues of spotless Carrara marble here and there 
throughout the gardens. 

A spacious gymnasium, complete in every detail of modern 
equipment; a large campus for baseball and football, and an oval 
mile shell-bed track, leave nothing to be desired by the lovers of 
athletic sports. A never failing spring at the foot of the hill fur- 
nishes an abundant and lasting supply of water to a beautiful 
lake, where the students may, during the warm seasons, safely 
enjoy the beneficial exercise of swimming. 

During the winter months, a recently erected natatorium, 
elegantly finished within in marble and ornamental tiles, with its 
porcelain-lined pool, 60 x 30 x 4 to 7 feet, affords unequalled bath- 
ing facilities. The pool is supplied with pure spring water, both 
hot and cold. There are also shower and needle baths. 

The college buildings are heated by steam and lighted by 
electricity. 

The college is easy of access from the City of Mobile, by 
electric cars which run direct from the Post Office to the Hill. 

Long experience has proved that owing to its position, so 
high and so well surrounded by health-breathing Southern pines, 
the college is entirely exempt from those diseases which prevail 
at certain seasons in the South; in tact, very eminent physicians 



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well acquainted with our American colleges, have declared Spring 
Hill preeminently desirable for students on account of its climatic 
advantages and perfect hygienic arrangements. 

The college was incorporated in 1836 by the Legislature of 
Alabama, with all the rights and privileges of a university, and 
empowered in 1840 by Pope Gregory XVI to grant degrees in 
Philosophy and Theology. 

The directors of the institution are members of the Society of 
Jesus, which, from its origin, has" devoted itself to the education 
of youth. They will endeavor to show themselves deserving of 
the confidence reposed in them by. evincing on all occasions a pa- 
ternal solicitude for the health and comfort of those entrusted to 
their charge, by sparing no pains to promote their advancement, 
and by keeping a careful and active watch over their conduct. 
The exercise of their authority will be mild, without being remiss, 
in enforcing that strict discipline and good order so essential to 
the proper culture of both mind and heart. By this two-fold edu- 
cation, which is based upon religion and morality, they will exert 
all their energies not only to adorn the minds of their pupils with 
useful knowledge, but also to instil into their hearts solid virtue 
and a practical love of the duties which they will have to dis- 
charge in after life. 

The public worship of the institution is that of the Catholic 
religion. However, pupils of other denominations are received, 
provided that, for the sake of order and uniformity, they are will- 
ing to conform to the exterior exercises of worship. 

The plan of instruction is established on a large scale, and is 
calculated to suit not only the wants, but also the progress of so- 
ciety. It consists of three principal courses, under the names of 
Preparatory, Commercial and Classical. 

I. The PREPARATORY COURSE is intended to last one year, 
and embraces Spelling, Writing, the elements of English Gram- 
mar, History, Geography, Arithmetic and Christian Doctrine, so 
as to fit younger students for a higher class in either the Com- 
mercial or Classical Course. 

II. The Commercial Course embraces five scholastic years. 
Its schedule of studies is arranged to give a complete systematic 



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education. At the end of the fifth year a degree of B. S. is con- 
ferred upon candidates who have passed successful examinations 
in each one of the particular studies prescribed for this course. 

III. The Classical COURSE is intended to last six years, 
as follows: First Year: — Lower Grammar Class. Second 
Year: — Middle Grammar Class. Third Year: — Higher Gram- 
mar Class. To these classes belong a graduated teaching of the 
Latin, Greek and English Grammars, with corresponding oral 
and written exercises, and easy essays in Composition, besides 
Penmanship, Bookkeeping, History, Geography, Arithmetic, Al- 
gebra, Declamation and Christian Doctrine. Fourth Year: — 
Poetry Class. Fifth Year: — Rhetoric Class. In these classes, 
besides Latin and Greek, special attention is paid to Analysis and 
to Descriptive, Narrative, Poetical and Oratorical Composition; 
also to Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Surveying, Analytical 
Geometry, and to the Evidences of Religion. Sixth Year: — Phil- 
osophy. This class embraces the study of Logic, Metaphysics, 
and Ethics, which are taught in Latin; also Natural Philosophy,- 
Astronomy, Higher Mathematics and the Evidences of Religion. 
At the end of this course, the degree of A. B. is conferred on 
such as are, on examination, found deserving of the honor. A 
second year of Philosophy at the College — the Post-Graduate 
year — attended with success, or a two years' practice in a learn- 
ed profession, will entitle to the degree of A. M. 

Although these courses embrace, respectively, one, five and 
six years, still the period may be protracted, as no student will 
be allowed to pass into a higher class unless he has undergone a 
successful examination at the end of the academic year. No 
promotion takes place in consequence of the examination at the 
end of the first term, except in behalf of uncommon talent and 
application. 

The age of admission to Kostka Hall, the minim department, 
is from nine to twelve years; and to the College, from twelve to 
sixteen years. Applicants for admission to Kostka Hall must be 
able to read and write; and those applying to enter the College 
should know well the elements of English Grammar and Arith- 
metic and they should have studied the History and Geography 
of the United States. 



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Anyone coming from another school or college must exhibit 
satisfactory testimonials from the directors of the same and sub- 
ject himself to an examination, which will determine what class 
he has to enter. 

Towards the end of each term a report is sent to the parents 
or guardians, stating the condition of health, conduct, application, 
progress, rank in class, together with result of the semi-annual 
examination. 

Every month marks of merit and demerit are publicly pro- 
claimed and cards distributed for excellence in deportment, appli- 
cation and success in studies. Parents should require of their 
sons that these testimonials, which serve at the same time as a 
monthly report of standing, be sent home regularly, and that a 
reason be given for failure in so doing. 

Leave of absence will not be granted to the students except 
for reasons deemed imperative by the president of the college. 
The correspondence of the students is subject to the inspection 
and approbation of the vice-president. All -books, magazines and 
periodicals must be submitted to the inspection and judgment of 
the vice-president before they will be allowed circulation in the 
college; and parents are requested to consult him before subscrib- 
ing for newspapers or current literature for their sons at college. 
Boxes containing provisions are not allowed to be sent to the stu- 
dents except during the Christmas holidays. There is a vacation 
at Christmas, but none at Easter. 

The necessary outfit for each student comprises at least two 
suits of clothes, one overcoat, two pairs of shoes, two hats or 
caps, six shirts, six undershirts, three night shirts, twelve collars, 
six pairs of drawers, twelve pairs of socks, twelve handkerchiefs, 
six neckties, six towels, two bath towels, six napkins, brushes, 
combs and other toilet requisites. 

All articles of clothing must be marked with the student's 
name in full; the other articles must be marked at least with his 
initials. 

In regard to visits, the following regulations are earnestly 
recommended to the attention of parents, as they intimately con- 
cern the advancement of the students and the good order of the 
college. 



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ist. The time for visiting those students whose parents live 
in Mobile, or vicinity, is on Sundays and Thursdays, from i to 5 
p. m., in winter, and from 3 to 6 in summer. 

2d. Students from Mobile, who have obtained satisfactory 
marks for conduct and application, are allowed to visit the city on 
the first Thursday of each month. If, however, for any reason, 
students go to Mobile during the month, this privilege may not be 
granted. The other students, whose parents live at a greater 
distance, are not allowed to go to the city, except when visited 
on holidays by their parents or guardians, and accompanied by 
them. 

3rd. All visitors, even parents, should avoid, as much as 
possible, withdrawing the pupils from class or study. 

The school year which begins in September and ends in 
June is divided into two terms: the first term begins in Septem- 
ber — the second term begins in February. 

CHARGES. 

Payable in advance — for the first term, in September; for 
the second, in February. 

Entrance fee, first year only ■$ 10 00 

Board, Tuition, Washing, Bed and Bedding, per school year 300 00 

Medical fees, per School Year 10 00 

Students of the Philosophy Class and of the first Commercial 
Class pay $10 for the philosophical apparatus and supply of 
Chemicals.. Graduation fees, $10.00. 

EXTRA CHARGES. 

Drawing, per month $ 5 00 

Piano, per month .' 8 00 

For use of piano 1 00 

Violin or Flute, per month 8 00 

Vocal Music, per month 4 00 

Brass Instrument, per month 8 00 

Stenography, per month 3 00 

Typewriting, per month 3 00 

Vacation at College, for students too distant from home 80 00 

(July and August are the vacation months.) 



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N. B. — i. No deduction is made for any absence less than 
a month, and when made it is only for board and tuition. 2. 
Books and stationery are furnished by the college at the expense 
of the parents. 3. No advance is made by the college for 
books, clothing, traveling, dentistry, pocket money, extra medi- 
cines, etc., beyond the deposit left with the treasurer. There- 
fore, parents who desire the college to pay for these must, be- 
sides above named charges, advance a certain sum, and renew it 
when exhausted. All pocket money should be deposited with 
the treasurer, and the quantity to be allowed specified — for in- 
stance, 25 cents per week. 4. When students are to go home, 
all accounts must have been previously settled, and the travel- 
ing expenses forwarded, if the balance on deposit should be in- 
sufficient. An itemized account will then be sent to parents by 
the treasurer showing their standing with the college. 5. The 
college will not be responsible for books or articles of clothing 
and jewelry left behind by any student when leaving the college, 
much less for the loss "of such books or clothing, jewelry or 
money, while in the keeping of the students. 

KOSTKA HALL. 
(MINIM DEPARTMENT.) 

The object of this department of Spring Hill College is to 
provide extraordinary facilities in the way of health, comfort and 
individual advantage for small boys. The age of admission is 
from nine to twelve years ; Applicants should know how to read 
and write and they should present testimonials of good conduct 
at the schools where they have formerly been instructed. The 
inmates of Kostka Hall have their own dining hall, study hall, 
sleeping apartments, play grounds and class rooms in a grand 
old Southern mansion, situated about five minutes walk from the 
college main building. Only a very limited number will be re- 
ceived for this department. 

For further information, apply to the President, 

REV. W. J. TYRRELL, S. J. 



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GENERAL ORDER OF CLASS DAYS. 



5:30 
5:50 
7:15 
7:30 
8:15 
9:30 

9:35 

10:45 

11:00 

12:00 

12:30 

1:30 

4:30 

5:00 

6:30 

7:00 

7:15 

7:55 

8:45 



SUMMER ORDER. 

A. M Rising. 

, Prayer, Mass, Study. 

Breakfast. 

Recess. 

Class. 

Recess. 

Class. 

Recess. 

Study, Special Classes, 

., Dinner. 



M 

P. M. 



.Recess. 
.Study, Class. 
..Lunch, Recess. 
..Study. 
.Recess. 
.Supper. 

..Prayers, Recess, 
..Study. 
..Dormitory. 



WINTER ORDER. 



6:00 A. M Rising. 

5:15 P- M Study. 

6:15 " Recess. 

6:25 " Study. 

7-"i5 " Supper, 



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Postgraduate Coarse. 

The object of this course is to furnish to college graduates an 
opportunity to review their philosophy and to make a more thor- 
ough study of its fundamental questions; likewise to perfect them- 
selves in higher Mathematics, English Literature and the Sciences. 

Those who have already attained the degree of A. B.will be 
eligible to that of A. M., and those who have the degree of B. S., 
to that of M. S., at the close of the ten months' session, on the 
condition of the presentation of a paper on a philosophical sub- 
ject, and a satisfactory examination. 



Studies fof the 

Degree of Bachelor of Arts, 



The Classical Course. 

PHlLiOSOPHV CliflSS. 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Religious Instruc- 
tion. Lectures. 

Logic and Metaphysics — Jouin's Praelectiones Philosophic Lec- 
tures by the Professor. 

Ethics — Jouin's Elementa Philosophic Moralis. Lectures by the 
Professor. 

Mathematics — Dana's Mechanics. Geometrical Optics. Elements 
of Differential and Integral Calculus, with application to Me- 
chanics and Physics. 

Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Professor. 

Natural Philosophy — Hoadley's Natural Philosophy. Lectures 
by the Professor. 

Chemistry — Shepard's Chemistry. Lectures on Inorganic and 
Organic Chemistry. 



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^HHTO^IC CIlASS. 

Christian Doctrine — Schouppe's Course of Religious Instruction. 
Practical Instructions. 

Latin — Cicero — Pro Ligario, Pro Milone, Pro Marcello, Pro Lege 
Manilia — Virgil — Horace — Odes, Epodes, Satires and Epistles 
Tacitus — Annals. Bradley's Arnold. 

Greek — Demosthenes — De Corona, Philippics. St. John Chry- 
sostom — Eutropius. Sophocles — OEdipus Tyrannus, Anti- 
gone. ^Eschylus— Prometheus Bound. Bradley's Arnold. \ 

English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition. De Colonia. Analy- 
sis of the Masterpieces of American and British Orators. 
Analysis of the speeches in Milton's Paradise Lost. Shake- 
speare. 

Mathematics — Trigonometry, Plane and Spherical, and Applica- 
tions. Analytic Geometry. Conic Sections. 

History — Modern History from the Crusades to the present 
epoch. Greek and Roman History. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

POETRY CLiflSS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part III. 

Practical Instructions. 
Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Prosody. Cicero — in Verrem, Pro 

Archia Poeta. Livy. Virgil's ^neid, Books I and II; Book 

V, Description of the Public Games; Book IX, Nisus and 

Euryalus. Horace — Odes, Ars Poetica. Bradley's Arnold. 
Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Dialects, Prosody. Homer's Iliad. 

Euripides — Iphigenia in Aulis, Hecuba. Bradley's Arnold. 
English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhetoric. 

De Colonia. Brooke's English Literature. Shakespeare — 
Julius Cassar, Macbeth. Choice Specimens of Lyric, Elegiac 
and Didactic Poetry. 

Mathematics — Algebra reviewed. Plane and Solid Geometry. 
History — Modern History, from Augustus to the Crusades. 

Greek and Roman History. 
Bookkeeping — Double Entry. 
Elocution — Twice a week. 



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FI^ST G^BlMJVIA^ CLtASS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part II. Prac- 
tical Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax repeated with all the notes, 
etc. Cicero — In Catilinam. Sallust — Catilina, Jugurtha. 
Virgil — Eclogues, I, IV, V, IX; Georgics. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Syntax, Accents. Xenophon — Ana- 
basis. 

English — Brown's Grammar — Syntax Reviewed. Elements of 
Composition. Goldsmith — Traveller, DesertedVillage, Gray's 
Elegy. Donnelly's Imitation and Analysis— Sketch Book. 

Mathematics — Arithmetic Reviewed. Wentworth's School Alge- 
bra — ratios, variation, limits, series, use of logarithms. 

History — Outlines of Ancient History. 

Geography — Asia, Africa, Oceanica. 

BooMeeping — Single Entry. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily Practice. 

SECOND GfyaMJvmH CliASS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism, Parti. Practi- 
cal Instructions. 

Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology repeated with all the 
notes, etc.; Syntax without the notes. Cassar — De Bello 
Gallico. Nepos. Phaedrus. Cicero's Letters. 

Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Contract nouns, adjectives, verbs; 
tense formations, verbs in mi; adverbs, prepositions, con- 
junctions; easier rules of Syntax. Lucian — Dialogues. 

English — Brown's Grammar. Syntax. Selections from Irving's 
Sketch Book. 

Arithmetic — From percentage to the end. 

Algebra — Wentworth's School Algebra, to equations of second 
degree. 

History — Lawler's Essentials of American History. 

Geography — Central America, South America, Europe. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily Practice. 



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third GRflmmflf} ciiflss. 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 

Practical Instructions. 
Latin — Yenni's Grammar — Etymology without the notes; easier 

rules of Syntax. Epitome Historias Sacrae. Cicero's Letters. 
Greek — Yenni's Grammar — Nouns, adjectives, regular verbs. 

^Esop's tables. 
English — Brown's Grammar. Easy Selections. 
Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — Decimals, Multiples and 

Measures, Common Fractions, Compound Quantities. 
History— Lawless Essentials of American History. 
Geography — North America. 
Elocution — Twice a week. 
Penmanship — Daily practice. 



Studies in the 

Commercial Coarse. 



BACHEIiOt* OF SCIENCE CliflSS. 

Evidences of Religion — Schouppe's Course of Religious Instruc- 
tion — Lectures. 
Logic and Metaphysics — Coppens' Logic and Mental Philosophy. 

Lectures by the Professor. 
Ethics — Coppens' Moral Philosophy. Lectures by the Professor. 
English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition. Analysis of the 
Masterpieces of American and British Orators. Analysis of 
the speeches in Milton's Paradise Lost. 
Mathematics — First Session: Dana's Mechanics. Spherical 
Trigonometry and Applications. Conic Sections 
treated Geometrically. Summation of series; gen- 
erating relation; the method of differences. 
Second Session: Analytic Geometry; plane and 
solid. Theory of equations. 
Astronomy — Howe's Astronomy. Lectures by the Professor. 
Natural Philosophy — Hoadley's Natural Philosophy. Lectures 
by the Professor. 



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superior commHHciflii ciirss. 

Evidences of Religion — Deharbe's Large Catechism; Part III. 
Schouppe's course of religious instructions. Lectures by the 
Professor. 
English — Coppens' Oratorical Composition. Thorough study of 
English literature. Choice selections from English classics. 
. Imitation and analysis. Frequent practice in composition 
both prose and verse. 
Mathematics — First Session: Algebra (Wentworth); Calculation 
. of common logarithms; chapter on determinants; 
chapter on graphic Algebra; solution of numerical 
equations; synthetic division; location of roots; 
Dana's Mechanics. 

Second Session: Geometry (Wentworth) — Solid 
geometry; plane trigonometry including navigation 
and theory of surveying. 
Natural Philosophy and Chemistry. Lectures by the Professor. 
History — Ancient and Modern completed. 
Geography — The World. 

Modern Languages — French, Spanish or German. 
Elocution — Twice a week. 
Stenography and Typewriting. 

FI^ST COmmEHGIflli CLiASS. 

Christian Doctrine — Deharbe's Large Catechism; Part II. Prac- 
tical Instructions. 

English — Coppens' Practical Introduction to English Rhetoric. 
Brooke's Lessons in English Literature. Shakespeare — 
Julius Cassar, Macbeth. Choice Specimens of Lyric, Elegiac 
and Didactic Poetry. Donnelly's Imitation and Analysis. 
Sketch Book. 

Mathematics — First Session: Algebra (Wentworth) — Complet- 
ed taking in ratios, variations, limits, series, use of loga- 
rithms, annuities. 

Second Sjession: Geometry, plane, and one hour 
per week for review of algebra and arithmetic. 

History — Outlines of Ancient and Modern History. U. S. History 

Geography — Asia, Africa, Oceanica. 

Bookkeeping — Baker's Twentieth Century. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Modern Languages, Stendgraphy, Typewriting. 



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SECOND COJVIJVIH^CIAIi CliflSS. 

Christian Doctrine— Deharbe's Large Catechism, Part I. Prac- 
tical instructions. 

English — Brown's Grammar — Syntax, elements of composition. 
Selections from lrving's Sketch Book. Goldsmith — Traveller; 
Deserted Village. 

Mathematics — Wentworth's Arithmetic — From percentage to the 
end. Wentworth's Algebra, to equations of the second 
degree. 

History — Lawler's Essentials of American History. 

Geography — Central America, South America, Europe. 

Bookkeeping — Baker's Twentieth Century System. 

Elocution — Twice a week. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 

THi**t> cojwjviEScmii ciiflss. 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 

Practical instructions. 
English — Brown's Grammar and Exercises. Gilmour's Readers. 
Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic — decimals, multiples, 

common fractions and compound quantities. 
History — School History of the United States. 
Geography — North America. 
Elocution — Twice a week. 
Penmanship — Daily practice. 



Preparatory Coarse of Study. 

Christian Doctrine — Catechism of the Council of Baltimore. 
Practical Instructions. 

English — Brown's First Lines of English. Etymology. Gil- 
mour's Readers. Hazen's Spelling Book. 

Arithmetic — Wentworth's Arithmetic. 

History — Gilmour's Bible History. 

Geography — Primary. 

Penmanship — Daily practice. 

Elocution — Reading and declamation, twice a week. 



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THESES 
PROPUGNANDAE ADGRADUM A. B 

' . . IN . . 

Collegio S. Josephi Spring Hill, 

DIE 1 8, JUNII, 1905. 



EX LOGICA. 

1. Veritas logica turn simplici apprehensioni turn judicio 
inest. 

2. Falsitas logica non simplici apprehensioni sed soli judicio 
inest. 

2. Scepticismus sive ut factum sive ut doctrina consideratus 
est absurdus. 

4. Sensus externi sub debitis conditionbus sunt infallibiles 
quoad perceptionem sensibilis proprii. 

5. Idealismus est rejiciendus. 

6. Auctoritas testimonii humani aliquando potest gignere 
certitudinem de aliquo facto historico. 

7. Inductio incompleta potest gignere certitudinem de exis- 
tentia alicujus legis physicas. 

8. Ratiocinium potest gignere novam et certam cognitionem. 

9. Evidentia objectiva est supremum criterium veritatis. 





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EX ONTOLOGIA. 

1. Notio entis est simplicissima et communissima. 

2. Omne ens est bonum; malum autem ut sic consistit in 
privatione. 

3. Existunt in rerum natura verae causae et verae substan- 
tias 

EX COSMOLOGIA. 

1. Mundus a Deo creatus est. 

2. Miracula sunt possibilia et non raro cognoscibilia. 

EX PSYCHOLOGIA. 

1. Corpora viventia multipliciter differunt a corporibus non 
viventibus. 

3. Spontanea generatio non est admittenda. 

3. Systema Darwinii est rejiciendum. 

4. Anima rationalis est essentialiter et integraliter simplex 
et spiritualis. 

5. Anima rationalis est natura sua incorruptibilis et in per- 
petuum existet. 

EX THEOLOGIA NATURALI. 

1. "Deum existere" non est propositio nobis immediate 
evidens. 

2. Existentia Dei probatur arguments metaphysicis, phy- 
sicis et moralibus. 

3. Deus est ens perfectissimum, infinitum, unicum, aeter- 
num. 

4. Deus habet Providentiam omnium rerum. 

5. Pantheismus est absurdus. 

EX ETHICA. 

1. Finis ultimus naturalis est perfecta beatitudo naturalis, 
cujus objectum est solus Deus. 



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2. Existit lex naturalis, quae immutabilis est, et cujus gen- 
eraliora praecepta non possunt ignorari invincibiliter ab homine 
qui habet usum rationis. 

3. Homo potest mereri apud Deum suis actibus. 

4. Homo tenetur colere Deum turn interne turn externe. 

5. Si Deus voluerit revelare aliquam religionem, homo te- 
netur earn amplecti cum surTicienter ei innotuerit; hinc absurdus 
est indifferentismus in religione. 

6. Suicidium, mendacium, et duellum sunt illicita. 

7. Jus acquirendi proprietatem est jus naturale; prima 
autem acquisitio proprietatis nititur in occupatione rei quae erat 
nullius. 

8. Socialismus est rejiciendus. 

9. Homo natura sua est socialis. 

10. Suprema auctoritas civilis est immediate a Deo, et 
gaudet jure infligendi poenam capitis pro atrocioribus quibusdam 
criminibus, necnon jure belli gerendi. 

11. Jus directe et immediate educandi liberos pertinet ad 
solos parentes. 

CANDIDA!!: 

ADAMSON, P. R. DEV1NNEY, E. J. 

BLOUIN, F. R. RAPIER, J. G. 

WALLACE, R.J. 



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Problems 



Proposed at the Competitive Examination for the 
Gold JVTedal in the fiatutfal Seienees. 

I. A battery of artillery is situated four miles from the enemy's 

vessels; about halt way intervenes a hill topped by the 
enemy's fortress, being over all 3,500 feet higher than the 
plane of the artillery. If the muzzle velocity of the shells 
is 1,000 feet a second, at what angle must they be fired to 
pass over the fort and just reach the vessels in the har- 
bor? The resistance of the air is to be neglected and the 
acceleration due to gravity is to be taken as 32 feet per 
second, per second. 

II. On the Croton Dam the high water mark is 150 feet above 

* the bed of the river; three 4-foot blow-off pipes, provided 
with gates, are placed in the dam, their centers being 50 
feet above the river bed. During the thaw last March 
the water reached 68 feet above the top of the blow-off 
pipes; all three were open. Supposing that the resistances 
encountered in the pipes reduced the flow 35%, how many 
gallons would the three pipes have discharged in a day of 
twenty-four hours? When the reservoir is full, what will 
be the pressure in tons to the square foot at the bottom of 
the dam? 

III. A stone is dropped from the top of a cliff when the velocity 

of sound is 1120 feet per second; the sound it makes when 
striking the rocks below is heard in 10.3 seconds. How 
high is the cliff? Take g. as 32 and neglect the resistance 
of the air. 

IV. Fifty arc lamps, each requiring 9 amperes and 45 volts, are 

to be run in series on a line a mile and a half long. The 
current is to be carried by a No. 8 copper wire; the inter- 
nal resistance of the dynamo is 2.5 ohms. 

(a) What is the resistance of the lamps and what is 
the total resistance of the circuit? 



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(b) What potential difference is required at the ter- 
minals of the dynamo? 

(c) What part of the work (in watts) given out by 

the dynamo is lost heating the line wire, and 
what part is used in lighting the lamps? 

V. How many grams each of potassium chlorate, absolute sul- 

phuric acid, and zinc, will be required to generate the 
hydrogen and oxygen necessary for the production of one 
liter of water at i6° C. (Let i cc of water at i6° weigh 
1 gm.) 

VI. One hundred cc. of a solution of sodium sulphate on being 

precipitated by barium chloride, yielded 2.34 g. barium 
sulphate. How much sodium sulphate does the solution 
contain to the liter ? 



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Catalogae of Students 

1904—1905. 



"Sdamson, Paul r. . " Baltimore, Md. 

v^LVEY, BLEWETT M Beaumont, Tex. 

<^LVEY, J. CARROLL, Galveston, Tex. 

^LVEY, GEORGE S , Beaumont, Tex. 

v/Alvey, RICHARD H Beaumont, Tex. 

lANDREWS, ELMORE LV^. Alexandria, La. 

vANTON, ABELARDO J Havana, Cuba. 

vANTON, JUAN F Havana, Cuba. 

v^NTON, LEOPOLDO F Havana, Cuba. 

vAuSFELD, WALTER A. Montgomery, Ala. 

iAIjstin, D. Lawrence Tampa, Fla. 

^BATCHELDER, GEORGE J Brookhaven, Miss. 

^eall, Philip D... St. Louis, Mo. 

^eaty, Charles L Laredo, Tex. 

t#EECHE, LUCIAN E. San Jose, Costa Rica. 

4BEECHE, Raphael J. San Jose, Costa Rica. 

^ENOIST, LAMY F St. Louis, Mo. 

^Bernard, Joseph E.\ New Orleans, La. 

JBLOUJN, LEON F.J,. Lafourche Crossing, La. 

fBLOUlN, Francis R.* Lafourche Crossing, La. 

vBonvillain, Sidney A.j^ Glencoe, La. 

Cordages, James D Beaumont, Tex. 

<-BORDELON, CLIFFORD J.*. Long Bridge, La. 

"6ordelon, Lester L Long Bridge, La. 

wBORDELON, LEWIS O Long Bridge, La. 

Bourgeois, Paul..... Jeanerette, La. 

^Bourgeois, Sidney J.^ Jeanerette, La. 

\xBREARD, ROBERT M Monroe, La. 

Brenner, Patrick H Jacksonville, Fla. 

^6RENT, GEORGE S Pensacola, Fla. 

i/feRIERRE, HENRY R..t^.. .New Orleans, La. 

Bright, Joseph e. ..., Mobile, Ala. 



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^RODERICK, GEORGE G.J New Orleans, La. 

^Brooks, Raphael M...... New Orleans, La. 

VBROWN, JOHN J New Orleans, La. 

iBURGUIERES, HENRY I....: New Orleans, La. 

VBURGUIERES, PATOUT C New Oi leans, La. 

^urns, Thomas J Mobile, Ala. 

\^YRNE, WALTER C.j. New Orleans, La. 

<v6ANNON, FRANCIS S. Greenville, Miss. 

Barbery, John E... Mobile, Ala. 

Cardenas, Armando L ..Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

k5astellanos, Fernando L Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

v6ausse, ROBERT M..A New Orleans, La. 

M^halin, Frederic P. ■ New Orleans. La. 

vCHAPPUIS, CLAUDE L Crowley, La. 

udLARK, LOUIS E... Jacksonville, Fla. 

COMEAUX, ALPHONSE J.... Broussard, La. 

Conway, John J Jackson, Miss. 

SORBIN, CECIL G Yazoo City, Miss. 

LCfoSTELLO, EUGENE V Chattanooga, Tenn. 

v/Costello, Raymond J Chattanooga, Tenn. 

VCOWLEY, LOYOLA T Mobile, Ala. 

-LlANlEL, LEON W. - ...Victoria, Tex. 

v DANOS, ALBERT J.; Plaquemine, La. 

i£>EEGAN, JOHN E Mobile, Ala. 

Deegan, William N Mobile, Ala. 

Del Corral, Ralph F. New Orleans, La. 

De Gravelle, Martin J.** Jeanerette, La. 

DEMPSEY, Harold M Mobile, Ala. 

vt)EVINNEY, EDWARD J Montgomery, Ala. 

MblMITRY, DRACOS A.k Jeanerette, La. 

^ittmann, Charles S..^. New Orleans, La. 

v6oherty, JOHN T Beaumont, Tex. 

DOUGLAS, HOFFMAN A.. 4 . New Orleans, La. 

^t)ucONUCE, Desire J. Cottonport, La. 

iXDUMSER, J. ADOLPH.U- New Orleans, La. 

vDuPAS, JAMES J Santiago de Cuba. 

v^6uPONT, EMILE W. Houma, La. 

v^SCALANTE, ERMILO E Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 






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(^SCALANTE, SECUNDINO Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

\#SCALANTE, VICENTE Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

HESNARD, RENE S Matanzas, Cuba. 

v/ESPRIELLA, DE LA, RlCARDO H Colon, Panama. 

VpABACHER, LAWRENCE B.- New Orleans, La. 

wFaGET, LUKE A. ^ New Orleans, La. 

^ERNANDEZ, JAMES J. Tampa, Fla. 

(Fernandez, Manuel A Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

•Finch, Gregory B Mobile, Ala. 

U<FRANCEZ, LAENNEC H Carencro, La. 

uGaiennie, Kenneth M.l^T. Lecompte, La. 

uGardiner, William M- Marksville, La. 

Garland, Albert P... Opelousas, La. 

Garland, Henry W.<:. Opelousas, La. 

i^GlARD, LEO A Danbury, Conn. 

Cranes, Antonio A Vera Cruz, Mex. 

UfAlLS, Daniel T Montgomery, Ala. 

uHAMEL, JOSEPH L Yazoo City, Miss. 

(•HARTY, L. EMMET Greenville, Miss. 

^-fiARTY, JOSEPH J Greenville, Miss. 

Henderson, Claude W Montgomery, Ala. 

1/HlRlART, SEBASTIANM Plaquemine, Ala. 

Hollander, Ferdinand.. New Orleans, La. 

COOPER, JOHN E Mobile, Ala. 

vrfoUNTHA, JOSEPH M.w New Orleans, La. 

HtIunter, Warren I Selma, Ala. 

Irvine, Clarke U St. Louis, Mo. 

kJUMONVILLE, LEONCE J.^ Crowley, La. 

Uumonville, Walter J.kf. Crowley, La. 

uKeen, Richard H..^. New Orleans, La. 

tffaElTH, NESTER L. OVALLE San Jose, Costa Rica. 

^Kelly, Samuel L Miami, Fla. 

^elly, Thomas J Mobile, Ala. 

Kennedy, John A., Algiers, La. 

v^ERN, Benjamin J Yazoo City, Miss. 

M^OHN, ARTHUR G New Orleans, La. 

o^amicq, Pedro San Jose, Costa Rica. 

^LANGE, GEORGE J.Z. New Orleans, La. 



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. LARREA, RAMON O Havana, Cuba. 

, LASSEIGNE, GEORGE ku.... Laplace, La. 

XAVRETTA, JOHN L Mobile, Ala. 

vLeBaron, Gilbert A Mobile, Ala. - 

(Z^ebeau, Edward J St. Louis, Mo. 

vtEBORGNE, ALFRED M.'.: New Orleans, La. 

LECHE, EDWARD D.v^. New Orleans, La. 

Revert, Robert L.w^.. New Orleans, La. 

w/MARCOS YZQUIERDO, G Seville, Spain. 

uMaxent, Thomas M.t... New Orleans, La. 

vMcAdam, Otis B Montgomery, Ala. - 

MCAFEE, JOHN A. Mobile, Ala. 

HVlCCLENDON, ROBERT C.hT.. Maringouin, La. 

VMCLEAN, Charles E Mobile, Ala. 

JVfcMAHON, RICHARD D.e. New Iberia, La. j 

McMaster, Carey E McComb City, Miss. 

v#(EADOR, BENJAMIN, Winchester, Miss. 

VMILBURN, RICHARD F.l, Milburn, La. 

Miller, Edward R^ New Orleans, La. 

vMiller, Frederic W Mobile, Ala. 

^MnXER, WILLIAM L.e.. New Orleans, La. ^ 

vJVUSTRIC, OSCAR J.- Leonville, La. 

MOOREj WILLIAM L Perdue Hill, Ala. 

LMpRALES, HERMAN L.u.. New Orleans, La. 

vMOREDA, ESTANISLAS Havana,' Cuba. 

^MOREDA, JUAN Havana, Cuba. 

vNEELY, DUGGAN A Mobile, Ala. 

Neely, Maurice L Mobile, Ala. 

J<EELY, PETER E Mobile, Ala. 

Nelson, John P. Mobile, Ala, 

^Korville, Joseph H Mobile, Ala. 

i-Nb rville. William J Mobile, Ala. 

VNOVELO, ALFONSO L -. Progreso, Yucatan, Mex. 

O'CONNOR, LAWRENCE W Victoria, Tex. 

V-O' CONNOR, THOMAS J Victoria, Tex. 

O'CONNOR, WILLIAM J Victoria, Tex. 

O'FLINN, JOHN E Selma, Ala. 

v£)'LEARY, JOSEPH A Montgomery, Ala. 



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^Olivier, Charles A. Frozard, La.- 

Olivier, Francis A. Frozard, La. 

Olivier, Joseph V Frozard, La/ 

O'Neil, Richard T Vicksburg, Miss. 

>jOry, Daniel J Laplace, La.^ 

vOwens, Edward M. Arcadia, Tex. 

Parslow, Joseph G. r. Tampa, Fla. 

. -PATOUT, OSWELL P Patoutville, La. 

Patout, Sebastian S Patoutville, La. 

^PEON, ARTURO , Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

^RAMIREZ, JOSE S Managua, Nicaragua. 

\-Kansdell, JOHN H _...- Alexandria, La.^' 

rf^APIER, HENRY J... New Orleans, La. 

Napier, James G Mobile, Ala. 

^REILLY, MAURICE E New Orleans, La. l 

IREXACH, FRANCESCO R Havana, Cuba. 

vReynaud, Oscar J Lutcher, La. 

'--Rios, Buenaventura Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

v/Rivas MORALES, PEDRO Merida, Yucatan, Mex. 

tKQUGON, ANTHONY H Oscar, La. ; 

/Rounds, Raymond K. Meehan Junct., Miss. 

^M/AZAR, JOSEPH F. San Jose, Costa Rica. 

Salazar, Robert San Jose, Costa Rica. 

'-Shaffer, Richard C. New Orleans, La. 

<-§heehan, Edward M Augusta, Ga. 

^HEPARD, THOMAS W New Orleans, La.- 

\Simon, Sidney B Mobile, Ala. 

l-SKELLY, JOSEPH P New Orleans, La.^' 

vStMokey, Charles E Fairview, La. u 

^Sturdivant, Sidney J New York, N. Y. 

^StJPPLE JOSEPH M Bayou Goula, La." 

^Thompson, William J f Spring Hill, Ala. 

TOBIN, JOHN Augusta, Ga. 

Toland, Timothy P Tampa, Fla. 

^TOOMEY, JOHN E Mobile, Ala. 

^TOUART, ANTHONY J Summerville, Ala. 

t^fbuART, HINTON A Summerville, Ala. 

vfURREGANO, PAUL J Alexandria, La.^' 



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Valdez, Eduardo Matanzas, Cuba. 

VALDEZ, LEOPOLDO , Matanzas, Cuba. 

Valentino, John J New Orleans, La.^- 

Valentino, Louis A..., New Orleans, La. 4 -^ 

Veazey, Leonard A , Jeanerette, La.^ 

* Vickers, Nicholas L. Mobile, Ala. 

VILA, VINCENT J New Orleans, LA. L' 

Wizard, Anthony J New Orleans, La.t^' 

VOORHIES, EDWARD F ...Lafayette, La.U^ 

VOORHIES, FRANCIS J New Iberia, La.V 

•uWAGNER, AUSTIN L. Mobile, Ala. 

wWAGNER, JOSEPH T Mobile, Ala. 

Wall, Joseph E Greenville, Miss. 

Wallace, Richard J McComb City, Miss, y 

WALMSLEY, THOMAS S New Orleans, La. 1 ^ 

Walsh, John P Mobile, Ala. 

WALSH, LUCIAN R Mobile, Ala. 

Walsh, William M Mobile, Ala. 

\WEEMS, DOUGLAS A. Alexandria, La.^ 

iWHIPPLE. GRISWOLD A „ Brooklyn, N, Y. 

^Whipple, Webster J Brooklyn, N. Y. 

^WILKINSON, ZOLLIECOFFER Greenville, Ala. 

ZAPF, JOSEPH G West Palm Beach, Fla. 

ZlEMAN, ALPHONSE J. Mobile, Ala. 






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A. M. D. G. 



Societies 



SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. 

The object of this Society is to cultivate among its members 
a religious spirit, and the practice of devotion to the Mother of God. 

OFFICERS. 

REV. J. DePOTTER, S. J director. 

R. J. WALLACE Prefect. 

J. G. RAPIER First Assistant. 

E. J. DEVINNEY Second Assistant. 

D. T. HAILS :.. Secretary. 

W. J. AUSFELD, | Sacristans. 

O. B. MCADAM, J 

R. K. ROUNDS, 1 Consultors. 

J. E. Bright, J 

J. J. Fernandez Orgqnist. 



P. R. Adamson, 
E. L. Andrews, 
L. L. Bordelon, 
L. O. Bordelon, 
R. M. Breard, 
G. S. Brent, 
H. I. Burguieres, 
A. J. Comeaux, 
J. T. Doherty, 
S. Escalante, 



MEMBERS. 

L. H. Francez, 
J. L. Hamel. 

E. L. Harty, 

J. M. Hountha, 
B. J. Kern, 
G. J. Lange, 
G. A. Lasseigne, 

F. W. Miller, 
W. J. Norville, 
J. A. O'Leary, 



D. J. Ory, 
H. J. Rapier, 
M. E. Reilly, 
O. J. Reynaud, 
J. P. Skelly, 

E. F. Voorhies, 
L. R. Walsh, 
W. M. Walsh, 
W. J. Whipple. 



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SOCIETY OF THE HOLY ANGELS 



This Society has for its object to foster among the younger 
students a spirit of filial love for the Blessed Virgin, the Queen of 
Angels, and to encourage them in the practice of virtue and piety. 

OFFICERS. 

REV. J. O'REILLY, S. J Director. 

A. Danos Prefect. 

A. Wagner First Assistant. 

L. Cowley .*..• Second Assistant. 

J. Supple, Secretary. 

A. Vizard, ^ 

A. Touart, V • Gonsultors. 

J. Nelson, J 

S. Bonvillain, j _ _ Sacristans. 

H. Touart, J 

MEMBERS. 



H. Alvey, 
G. Broderick, 
S. Bourgeois, 
L. Clark, 
L. Fabacher, 



N. Keith, 
T. Kelly, 
G. LeBaron, 
D. Neely, 
P. Neely, 



J. Ransdell, 
A. Rougon, 
T. Wagner, 
G. Whipple. 



CANDIDATES 



P. H. Brenner, 
F. P. Chalin, 
J. J. Conway, 
H. M. Dempsey, 



J. L. Lavretta, 
E. J. Lebeau, 
J. A. McAfee, 
R. C. McClendon, 



R. F. Milburn, 
M. L. Neely, 
P. J. Turregano, 
F. J. Voorhies. 



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THE APOSTLESHIP OF PRAYER 



IN UNION WITH 



THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS 



This Association aims at training its members to put on the 
spirit of Jesus Christ in the practice of prayer and other good 
works, by seeking in them the interests of His Sacred Heart, viz: 
"The glory of God and the salvation of souls. " 



Rev. P. J. Philippe, S. J, 
Rev. K. Nowlan, S. J 



Director 

Asst. Director 



SENIOR PROMOTERS. 
Rounds, R. K. (Chief.) 
Bright, J. E. 
Devinney, E. J. 
Fernandez. J. J. 
Kern, B. J. 
Owens, E. M. 
Wallace, R. J. 



JUNIOR PROMOTERS. 
Danos, A. J., (Chief) 
Fabacher, L. B. 
Neely, P. E. 
Nelson, J. P. 
Touart, H. A. 
Vizard, A. J. 
Wagner, A. L. 



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ALTAR BOYS' ASSOCIATION. 



This Society is established to add solemnity to Divine Wor- 
ship, and to cherish in the hearts of its members devotion to the 
Blessed Sacrament. 



OFFICERS. 

MR. J. J. WALLACE, S. J Director. 

A. Danos Prefect. 

A. Wagner Censor. 

H. Touart Secretary. 



MEMBERS. 



D. Austin, 
L. Blouin, 
S. Bourgeois, 
S. Bonvillain, 
P. Brenner, 
F. Chalin, 
L. Clark, 
J. Conway, 
L. Cowley, 
J. Deegan, 
H. Dempsey, 
L. Fabacher, 



A. Garland, 
H. Garland, 
J. Harty, 
N. Keith, 
L. Lavretta, 
G. LeBaron, 
J. McAfee, 
M. Neely, 
J. Nelson, 
L. O'Connor, 
C. Oliver, 
J. Ransdell, 



A. Rougon, 

E. Sheehan, 
J. Supple, 

P. Turregano, 
A. Touart, 
A. Vizard, 

F. Voorhies, 
T. Wagner, 
J. Wall, 

J. Walsh, 

G. Whipple. 



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LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

The object of these Societies is the cultivation of eloquence 
by means of debates, dramatic readings and declamations. 

SENIOR. 

OFFICERS. 
Rev. A. Guyol, S. J., Moderator. 

James G. Rapier President. 

Paul R. Adamson Secretary. 

Richard J. Wallace Censor. 

MEMBERS. 

E. L. Andrews, F. S. Cannon, J. M. Hountha, 

F. R. Blouin, E. J. Devinney, B. J. Kern, 

J. E. Bright, D. T. Hails, W. J. Norville, 

E. M. Owens. 

JUNIOR. 

OFFICERS. 
MR. J. J. Wallace, S. J Moderator. 

FIRST TERM. 

George G. Broderick President. 

Nicholas L. Vickers Secretary. 

Hinton A. Touart Censor. 

SECOND TERM. 

George G. Broderick President. 

Loyola T. Cowley Secretary. 

Austin L. Wagner Censor. 

MEMBERS. 

John J. Kennedy, John P. Nelson, Anthony J. Touart, 

Gilbert A. LeBaron, John A. Ransdell, Anthony J. Vizard, 
Peter J. Neely, Joseph M. Supple, T. Semmes Walmsley, 

Griswold A. Whipple. 



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WEATHER BUREAU 



The object of this Society is to take meteorological observa- 
tions and display the various weather signals for the benefit of 
the faculty and students and those living in the neighborhood of 
the college. 

MR. G. P. Bryan, S. J Director. 

MEMBERS. 



W. A. Ausfeld. J. E. Bright, R. Esnard, 

G. S. Brent, O. B. McAdam. 



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The Spring Hill Review! 



. published bv . . 



THE STUDENTS Op SP**IJ*G flllili COMiEGE 



mOBIIxE, RUR. 



STAFF. 

REV. J. DE POTTER, S. J Moderator. 

James G. Rapier, '05, Editor-in-Chief. 

Richard J. Wallace, '05 ] 

Benjamin J. Kern, '06 >■ Associate Editors. 

Otis B. McAdam, '05 J 

R. Kenneth Rounds, '07 \ .,,. .. ._•_., 

Edward J. Devinney, '05 f AtMettc Edltors ' 

D. Troy Hails, '06 1 . , . ,. . ,, 

Joseph E. Bright, '05 / Advertising Managers. 

Paul R. Adamson, '05 "1 T . , _ , _,., 

Edward M. Owens. '05/ Local <™ d Change Editors. 

Remittances, literary contributions and business letters 
should be addressed: jp 

THE SPRING HILL REVIEW, 

SPRING HILL COLLEGE, 

Mobile, Ala. 



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PHILHARMONIC SOCIETIES. 



The object of these Societies is to add solemnity to religious 
and literary festivals, and to give the members an opportunity of 
improving themselves in the practice of instrumental music. 

SENIOR BRASS BAND. 

Rev. P. J. Philippe, S. J. President, 

PROF. A. J. STAUB, Mus. Doc, Director. 

OFFICERS: 

James G. Rapier Vice-Pres. 

ELMORE L. Andrews Sec. and Treas. 

James J. Fernandez Censor. 



MEMBERS. 

Mr. R. M. Brooks, S. J. 
Mr. D. J. Foulkes, S. J. 
Joseph Bernard, 
Robert Breard, 
Ross Blouin, 
Ermilo Escalante, 
Secundino Escalante, 

Maurice Reilly 



Joseph Hountha, 
Benjamin Kern, 
George Lange, 
George Lasseigne, 
Thomas Maxent, 
Daniel Ory, 
Henry Rapier, 



JUNIOR BRASS BAND. 

MR. J. J.WALLACE, S.J President. 

PROF. ANGELO SUFFICH Director. 

OFFICERS. 

FIRST TERM. m SECOND TERM. 

Hinton A. Touart. .....Vice-President Hinton A. Touart 

N. Ovalle Keith Secretary Lawrence B. Fabacher. 

Lawrence B. Fabacher Censor George G. Broderick. 



R. J. Beeches 
J. J. Conway, 
A. P. Garland, 
J. J. Harty, 
T. J. Kelly, 



MEMBERS. 

J. J. Kennedy, 
J. L. Lavretta 
R. F. Milburn, 
D. A. Neely, 
P. E. Neely, 



A. J. Touart, L. A. Veazey. 



J. P. Nelson, 
E. M. Sheehan, 
S. B. Simon, 
J. M. Supple, 
J. E. Toomey, 



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COLLEGE ORCHESTRA 



OFFICERS, 



Rev. G. A. Rittmeyer, S. J. 
Prof. A. J. Staub, Mus. Dog. Prof. a. Suffich, 



Mr. R. Brooks, S. J., 

Mr. D.J.Foulkes, S.J. 

L. Beeche, 

R. Blouin, 

R. Breard, 

T. Burns, 

L. Clark, 

E. Escalante, 

L. Fabacher, 



MEMBERS. 

J. Fernandez, 
A. Garland, 
J. Hooper, 
J. Hountha, 
N. Keith, 
J. Kennedy, 
G. Lange, 
G. Lasseigne, 
L. Lavretta, 



D. Ory, 
J. Rapier, 
M. Reilly, 
S. Simon, 
A. Touart, 
H. Touart, 
J. Toomey, 
L. Veazey, 
N. Vickers. 



COLLEGE CHOIR AND GLEE CLUB. 



OFFICERS. 



Rev. G. A. Rittmeyer, S. J 

Prof. A. J. Staub, Mus. Doc. 



Director. 



Rev. P. J. Philippe, S.J 
Mr. R. Brooks, S. J. 
Mr. D.J.Foulkes, S.J. 
Prof. A. Suffich, 
E. Andrews, 



MEMBERS. 

J. Bernard, 
L. Bordelon, 
R. Breard. 
P. Burguieres, 
J. Fernandez, 



J. Hooper, 
J. Hountha, 
J. Rapier, 
G. Smokey, 
J. Tobin. 



40 
READING ROOM ASSOCIATIONS. 



These Associations are intended to encourage useful reading 
among the students. During the hours of recreation, they can 
have access to libraries of more than two thousand volumes, on 
various subjects, by the best ancient and modern writers. 



SENIOR LIBRARY. 

OFFICERS. 

MR. D. J. FOULKES, S. J Director. 

R. Wallace, President. 

D. T. Hails Secretary and Treas. 

J. Fernandez Librarian. 

J. Doherty Asst. Librarian. 

J. Bright, I . 

R. Esnard. J Censors. 

JUNIOR LIBRARY. 

OFFICERS. 

MR. J. C. KEARNS, S. J Director. 

N. Ovalle Keith : President. 

Anthony J. Vizard Vice-President. 

Albert J. Danos Sec'y and Treas. 

John P. Nelson, j Librarians. 

Anthony H. Rougon, J 

Peter E. Neely : Censor. 



41 
BILLIARD ROOM ASSOCIATION. 



OFFICERS. 



MR. D. J. FOULKES, S. J Director. 

E. Devinney President. 

K. Rounds Sec'y and Treas. 

S. Escalante Censor. 



COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIONS. 

OFFICERS. 
MR. D. J. FOULKES, S. J '...Director. 

BASEBALL TEAM. 



B. J. Kern Captain. 

E. Devinney, -\ 

W. O'Connor, [ ■• Student Mgrs. 

D. T. Hails, 3 

FOOTBALL TEAM. 



H. Burguieres Captain. 

D. T. Hails Manager. 



BASKETBALL TEAM. 



K. Rounds Captain. 

J. Bright Manager. 



TRACK TEAM. 



B. J. Kern : Captain. 

J. G. Rapier Manager. 



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GYMNASIUM. 

OFFICERS. 



MR. D. J. FOULKES, S. J Director. 

Adamson, P.. President. 

Andrews, E Secretary and Treasurer. 

Bordelon, L.I „ 

McAdam; O. j Censors ' 



JUNIOR ATHLETIC CLUB. 

OFFICERS. 
MR. J. C. KEARNS, S. J Director. 

BASEBALL LEAGUES. 

Touart, H; A. 1 „ . . , . T N 

Bordages, J. P. j Captains, (ist League). 

Nelson, J. P. "1 ~ . . , , T . 

Supple, J. M. j Captains. (2nd League). 

KS F.' P" } Captains. ( 3 rd League). 

FOOTBALL TEAM. 

Touart, Hinton A Manager. 

Broderick, George G Captain. 

BASKETBALL TEAM. 

Neely, Peter E Manager. 

Fabacher, Lawrence B. Captain. 

TENNIS LEAGUE. 

Fabacher, Lawrence B. President. 

O'Connor, Lawrence W Treasurer. 



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Class Holl, 1904-1905. 



'Adamson, Paul R. 
^Blouin, Francis R. 



PfimosoPHV. 

"T)evinney, Edward J. 
/•Kapier, James G. 
(/Wallace, Richard J. 



SHETOIRIC. 



l^bernard, Joseph E. 
N/Broderick, George G. 

^Cowley, Loyola T. 

^fiails, Daniel T. 



viBonvillain, Sidney A. 
M^annon, Francis S. 
U^oherty, John T. 
pernandez, James J. 
/fiarty, L. Emmet. 
t/Keith, Nestor L. Ovalle. 
v^ange, George J. 
•mrville, Joseph H. 



?, 



yHountha, Joseph M. 
I^ern, Benjamin J. 
^Lasseigne, George A. 
^/fteilly, Maurice E. 



POETRY 



V 



_;Leary, Joseph A. 
yOry, Daniel J. 
i Rounds, Raymond K. 
^Smokey, Charles E. 
Vfpuart, Hinton A. 
dickers, Nicholas L. 

Woorhies, Edward F. 

^Whipple, Webster J. 



FI^ST 



U Alvey, Blewett M. 
LAustin, D. Lawrence. 
1/Bordelon, Lester L. 
V/B'reard, Robert M. 
t^Burguieres, Patout C. 
t/Burns, Thomas J. 
u-'Clark, Louis E. 
\/Co§tello, Raymond J. 

Danos, Albert J. 
UDittman, Charles S. 
^/Escalante, Ermilo E. 



I 



/Hiriart, Sebastian M. 
A-LeBaron, Gilbert A. 
Revert, Robert L. 
t McMaster, Carey E. 
uNeely, Peter E. 
^Olivier, Francis A. 
^ansdell, John H. 
IxSkelly, Joseph P. 
•,- Supple, Joseph M. 
^vizard, Anthony J. 
l Wagner, Austin L. 
Walsh, William M. 



0(0 



Of 



u 



SECOND GSflJWJKflLlR. 



v c i 



h v/Alvey, J. Carroll. 

Alvey, Richard H. 

Anton, Abelardo J. 
L Blouin, Leon J. 

Bourgeois, Sidney J. 

.Conway, John J. 
v Fabacher, Lawrence B. 
v/Kelly, Samuel L. 
t/fCohn, Arthur G. 
yMistric, Oscar J. 

. 'VWhipple, 



Morales, Herman L. 
- Nelson, John P. 
v^t)livier, Charles A. 
V/O'Neil, Richard T. 
; Shaffer, Richard C. 
^fouart, Anthony J. 
' Veazey, Leonard A. 
Wagner, Joseph T. 
Walmsley, Thomas S. 
V-Weems, Douglas A. 
Griswold A. 



I/Anton, Juan F. 
>/Benoist, Lamy F.. 
^/Brenner, Patrick H. 
^Carbery, John E. 

Chalin, Frederic P. 

Dempsey, Harold M. 

Hollander, Ferdinand 

Keen, Richard H. 
V Lavretta, John L. 
v^Lebeau, Edward- J. 
• Leche, Edward D. 



I McAfee, John A. 
^McClendon, Robert C. 
McLean, Charles E. 
Milburn, Richard F. 
l/Miller, William L. 
^loore, William L. 
ytyeely, Maurice L. 
i/fcamirez, Jose S. 
Thompson, William J. 
Ofurregano, Paul J. 
< tVoorhies, Francis J. 

^/^apf, Joseph G. 



TfilIRD G^fl^«IMflH HH ^OST^fl H^^Ii. 



Vinton, Leopoldo F. 
V^atchelder, George J. 

Beall, Philip D. 
V Brooks, Raphael M. 
: Del Corral, Ralph F. 
»/Douglas, Hoffman A. 
v Dumser, J. Adolph. 



W 



HFinch, Gregory B. 
VLeborgne, Alfred M. 

McMahon, Richard D. 
\Miller, Edward R. 
X/C/Flinn, John E. 
y£hepard, Thomas W. 
\ Valdez, Eduardo. 



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SUPEl^IOf* COJVIJVIB^Cnili. 



^Andrews, Elmore L. 

LAusfeld, Walter A. 

^Jordelon, Lewis O. 
l^-Bright, Joseph E. 
j/Gausse, Robert M. 
v^Dupont, Emile W. 
vEsnard, Rene S. 



> Francez, Laennec H. 
v Gaiennie, Kenneth M, 
VHunter, Warren I. 
XMcAdam, Otis B. 
U-Norville, William J. 
t^Connor, William J. 
^Owens, Edward M. 



pil*ST COJVLJVEB^Cmii. 



Brent, George S. 
'•Bnerre/ Henry R. 
^Burguieres, Henry I. 
VEscalante, Secundino 
vffamel, Joseph L. 
t/Harty, Joseph J. 



V% 



kmn 



umonville, Walter J. 
Vfciller, Frederic W. 
I Reynaud, Oscar J. 
I^Pbbin, John. 
\^Poland, Timothy P. 
Walsh, Lucian R. 
n, Alphonse J. 



oC 



SECOND CO|W[|V[HHCIflIiMHSeetion "A, 



Beeche, Lucian E. 
[/Bordages, James D. 
y6orbin, Cecil G. 
l/D^niel, Leon W. 
uOeegan, John E. 
tZfrmitry, Dracos A. 
xXjardiner, William M. 
^Garland, Albert P. 
^Giard, Leo A. 
vyKennedy, John A. 

^Wilkinson, 



L Larrea, Ramon O. 
x/Maxent, Thomas M. 
l/C5'Connor, Thomas J. 
L^fearslow, Joseph G. 
l/l [Japier, Henry J. 
'^'Rexach, Francis R. 
'^Sheehan, Edward M. 
USfmon, Sidney B. 
' Valentino, John J. 
vvila, Vincent J. 
Zolliecoffer. 



07 



v. 



46 



SECOND COJVEJVIBSCIAIiMMSeetion "B 1 



c? 



i Brown, John J. 
Bourgeois, Paul. 
Cardenas, Armando L. 
VComeaux, Alphonse J. 
v/Deegan, William N. 
v^Dupas, James J. 
v^Granes, Antonio A. 
v/Jumonville, Leonce J. 



V^Kelly, Thomas J. 
Y/AJeador, Benjamin. 

Vf^eely, Duggan A. 
VxOlivier, Joseph V. 

Rivas, Pedro. 
y/Rougon, Anthony H. 

vSturdivant, Sidney J. 

. Wall, Joseph E. 



Beeche, Raphael J. 

Bordelon, Clifford J. 
uCastellanos, Fernando L. 
"tbhappuis, Claude L. 

DeGravelle, Martin J. 
,/Duconuce, Desire J. 

Escalante, Vicente. 
|/Espriella, De La, Richard H. 
vFernandez, Manuel A. 

Garland, Henry W. 
t 1 /E^amicq, Pedro. 



TJ4I$D COJV[]V[EHCniIi. 

s^Marcos Yzquierdo, Genaro. 
pMoreda, Estanislas. 
LMoreda, Juan. 
. LNovelo, Alfonso L. 
vO'Connor, Lawrence W. 
yPatout, Oswell P. 

Patout, Sebastian S. 
v Peon, Arturo. 
\Salazar, Joseph F. 
*Toomey, John E. 
IValentino, Louis A. 



) Walsh, John T. 



P^EPfl^flTO^YHH^OSTI^fl fifllili 



V-AJvey, George S. 
^eaty, Charles L. 
Byrne, Walter C. 
■ Faget, Luke A. 



y/Valdez, Leopoldo. 



1 Henderson, Claude W. 
Ulrvine, Clarke U. 
\/f<ios, Buenaventura F. 
Salazar, Robert. 



47 



t^oll of Honof , 



The following students were distinguished during the year 
for good conduct and application to study. 

(The Highest Number of Marks Attainable is ioo.) 

SENIOR DIVISION. 

AUSFELD, WALTER A 100 

BERNARD, JOSEPH E 100 

BLOUIN, FRANCIS R 100 

BORDELON, LEWIS O 100 

BRIGHT, JOSEPH E 100 

DANIEL, LEON W ...100 

DOHERTY, JOHN T..~ 100 

ESCALANTE, SECUNDINO 100 

ESNARD, RENO S 100 

FERNANDEZ, JAMES S 100 

FRANCEZ, LAENNEC H 100 

HUNTER, WARREN 1 100 

KELLY, SAMUEL L 100 

MILLER, FREDERIC W 100 

NORVILLE, WILLIAM J 100 

O'CONNOR, THOMAS J 100 

O'CONNOR, WILLIAM J 100 

OWENS, EDWARD M 100 

TOBIN, i JOHN 100 

VOORHIES, EDWARD F 100 

ADAMSON, PAUL R 99 

GIARD, LEO A 99 

HOUNTHA, JOSEPH M 99 



48 



ROUNDS, RAYMOND K 99 

TOLAND, TIMOTHY P 99 

BURGUIERES, HENRY 1 98 

BURGUIERES, PATOUT C 98 

HARTY, L. EMMET 98 

JUMONVILLE, WALTER J 98 

LANGE, GEORGE J 98 

MORALES, HERMAN L 98 

BRENT, GEORGE S 97 

O'NEIL, RICHARD T 97 

RAPIER, JAMES G 97 

CANNON FRANCIS S 96 

CAUSSE, ROBERT M 96 

DEVINNEY, EDWARD J 96 

REILLY, MAURICE E 95 

REYNAUD, OSCAR J 95 

ANDREWS, ELMORE L 94 

HAILS, DANIEL T 94 

ORY, DANIEL J 94 

GAIENNIE, KENNETH M 93 

GARDINER, WILLIAM M 93 

ANTON, ABELARDO J 91 

LEVERT, ROBERT L 91 

RAPIER, HENRY J 91 

RAXACH, FRANCESCO R....... 91 

ESCALANTE, ERMILO E. 89 

KERN, BENJAMIN J 89 

VILA, VINCENT J 88 



JUNIOR DIVISION. 

BORDELON, CLIFFORD J 100 

COWLEY, LYOLA T 100 

DANOS, ALBERT J 100 

DEMPSEY, HAROLD M 100 

NELSON, JOHN P 100 

OLIVIER, CHARLES A 100 



49 



PARSLOW, JOSEPH G 100 

ROUGON, ANTHONY H 100 

SIMON, SIDNEY B 100 

VOORHIES, FRANCIS J 100 

DEEGAN, JOHN E 99 

McAFEE. JOHN A 99 

TOUART, ANTHONY J 99 

WALSH, JOHN P 99 

HARTY, JOSEPH J 98 

NOVELO, ALFONSO L 98 

RANSDELL, JOHN H 98 

TOUART, HINTON A 98 

BRODERICK, GEORGE G 97 

BOURGEOIS, SIDNEY J 97 

BOURGEOIS, PAUL 97 

CONWAY, JOHN J 97 

WALMSLEY, T. SEMMES 97 

ZAPF, JOSEPH G 97 

ALVEY, R.HENRY 96 

CHALIN, FREDERIC P 96 

JUMONVILLE, LEONCE J 96 

NORVILLE, JOSEPH H 96 

PATOUT, OSWELL P. 96 

PATOUT, SEBASTIAN S 96 

WAGNER, JOSEPH T 96 

BLOUIN, LEON J 95 

LAVRETTA, JOHN L 95 

PEON, ARTURO 95 

VALENTINO, LOUIS A 95 

BORDAGES, JAMES D 94 

WALL, JOSEPH E 94 

AUSTIN, D. LAWRENCE 93 

LEBEAU, EDWARD J 93 

MILLER, WILLIAM L 93 

BONVILLAIN, SIDNEY A 92 

FABACHER, LAWRENCE B 92 

KOHN, ARTHUR G 92 

KEITH, NESTOR L 90 



50 



SUPPLE, JOSEPH M 90 

TURREGANO, PAUL J 90 

DIMITRY, DRACOS A. 89 

DUPAS, JAMES J 86 

VIZARD, ANTHONY J.... 86 

M1LBURN, RICHARD F 85 

McMASTER, CAREY E 83 



KOSTKA HALL 

MINIM DEPARTMENT. 

BEALL, PHILIP D 100 

BROOKS, RAPHAEL M 100 

BYRNE, WALTER C. 100 

DOUGLAS, HOFFMAN A 100 

FINCH, GREGORY B 100 

O'FLINN, JOHN E ...100 

BEATY, CHARLES L 95 

RIOS, BUENAVENTURA F 91 

IRVINE, CLARKE U 83 



r 



51 

1830 A. M. D. G. 190? 

Diamond Jubilee 

OF 

Spring Hill College 



PROGRAMME 



Sunday, June 18 

Baccalaureate Sermon, Very Rev. C. T. O'Callahan, D. D v V. G. 

Solemn Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament and Te Deum, 

College Chapel at 7:1 5 P. M. 

Tuesday, June 20 

Solemn Requiem Mass for deceased Professors, Alumni 

and Benefactors, 

College Chapel at 8 o'clock. 

Celebrant, Rev. D. Savage, D. D. 

Wednesday, June 21 

Solemn Pontifical Mass. 

College Chapel at 8:00 o'clock. 

Celebrant, Rt. Rev. E. P. Allen, D. D. 

Thursday, June 22 

Seventy-fifth Annual Commencement 
College Hall at 8:30 A. M. 



62 



r. m. r>. c. 



Seventy-pifth 



AtfHUALi CO|«HVIEHCE|WIEHT 



op . . 



Spring Hill College, 



Thursday, Jane 22d, 1905, 



At 8:30 r. m. 



53 



Ppogp&tntne. 



SEMIRAMIDE Rossini Orchestra 

Address of Welcome Very Rev. President 

"HAPPY DAYS" StreletzJcy Song with Violin Obligato 

Lawrence W. O'Connor 

DISCOURSE— "The Heritage of Learning," 

Matthias Mahorner, Jr., A. B., LL. B. 

Southern Plantation Songs— Medley Boettger 

Orchestra 

DISCOURSE— "The Necessity of a Christian Education," 

Hon. Clarence S. Hebert, A. M. 

POLONAISE ... Weber-Liszt Piano with Orchestra accompaniment 

Prof. A. J. Staub, Mus. Doc. 

ADDRESS TO THE GRADUATES Rt. Rev. Edward P. Allen, D. D 

CORNET DUET Canivez James G. Rapier, Nestor L. Keith 

Valedictory James G. Rapier 

POLONAISE— SPRINGHILLIENNE A. J. Staub 

Orchestra. 

Conferring of Degrees 

Grand Jubilee March— "Purple and White" Suffich 

Orchestra 

Award of Medals 
Distribution of Premiums 

n. D. s. 



54 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF DIVINITY WAS 
CONFERRED UPON 



VERY REV. JAMES P. TURNER, V. G., 

(Chancellor, Archdiocese of Philadelphia). 



REV. EDWARD KIRWAN, 
V 

(Diocese of Mobile). 

^REV. MICHAEL MAHER, 
(Diocese of St. Augustine). 



55 



THE DEGREE OF LICENTIATE IN THEOLOGY WAS 
CONFERRED UPON 



i/ BENITO SANTAMARIA AZNAR, 

(Diocese of Merida, Yucatan, Mexico). 



56 



the degree of doctor of laws 
was conferred upon 

William m. mastin, m. d. 
'hon. charles j. theard, a. m. 
^ton. john st. paul, a. m. 

tfiON. RICHARD B. OTERO, A. M. 
^HON. CLARENCE, S. HEBERT, A. M. 



- 



.,: 









' '-V 






57 



THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



I 
J 

THOMAS DELLA TORRE, A. M. 



58 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF MUSIC 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 

i ANGELO JOSEPH SUFFICH. 



59 



TEE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 

/CORNELIUS P. MdNTYRE, A. B., LL. B. (Columbia). 

MATTHIAS M. MAHORNER, Jr., A. B v LL. B. (Harvard). 
v^EORGE S. MCCARTY, M. D. (Univ. Md). 

MAXIMIN D. TOUART, A. B. 



60 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 

>/PAUL R. ADAMSON, 

EDWARD J. DEVINNEY, 
^RICHARD J. WALLACE, 
^ JAMES G. RAPIER, 
vFRANCIS R. BLOUIN. 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE CLASS 
WERE WON BY 

PAUL R. ADAMSON. 



61 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF PHILOSOPHY 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 



JOHN E. HOOPER, B. S. 



62 



THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 
WAS CONFERRED UPON 

vfCENNETH M. GAIENNIE, 

edward m. owens, 

joseph e. bright, 

warren i. hunter, 
kjewis o. bordelon, 
Robert m. causse, 

w6TIS B. McADAM, 

WILLIAM J. O'CONNOR, 
WALTER A. AUSFELD, 

ELMORE L. ANDREWS, 

WILLIAM J. NORVILLE, 

EMILE W. DUPONT, 

RENE S. ESNARD. 



THE HIGHEST HONORS OF THE CLASS 
WERE WON BY 

KENNETH M. GAIENNIE. 



63 



flmard of JVtedals. 



THE BISHOP'S MEMORIAL MEDAL, 

FOUNDED 
BY THE LATE 

RT. REV. BISHOP O'SULLIVAN, D. D. 

FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE 

AND 

ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, 

WAS MERITED BY 

Ktennetb M* $aiennie« 

NEXT IN MERIT 

WEBSTER J. WHIPPLE, EDWARD J. DEVINNEY, 

JAMES G. RAPIER, PAUL R. ADAMSON. 



64 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 

BEST EXAMINATION IN CATECHISM 

WAS MERITED BY 

Charles 2L Olivier* 

NEXT IN MERIT : 

JOSEPH G. PARSLOW, HOFFMAN A. DOUGLAS, 

DESIRE J. DUCONUCE, ROBERT M. BREARD 

DONOR: 

REV. THOMAS D. MADDEN, S. J. 
Selma, Ala. 



\ €~.\W 



65 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

GOOD CONDUCT* 

IN THE SENIOR DIVISION 
WAS MERITED BY 

jfrederic WL. M\kr. 

DONOR: 

REV. L. SCHULER, S. J., 

MOBILE, Ala. 

PREMIUM: 
EDWARD M. OWENS. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

William J. O'Connor, Timothy P. Toland. 

Walter A. Ausfeld, James G. Rapier, 

John T. Doherty, Warren I. Hunter, 

Thomas J. O'Connor, Secundino Escalante, 

Raymond K. Rounds, Lewis O. Bordelon. 



*The Gold Medals for Good Conduct have been awarded by the votes of the students 
with the approbation of the Faculty. 



66 

THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

GOOD CONDUCT 

IN THE JUNIOR DIVISION 
WAS MERITED BY 

Anthony 1b. IRougon* 

DONOR: 

MR. JOHN KEARNS, 

Lebanon, Ky. 

PREMIUM: 
CHARLES A. OLIVIER, 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Harold M. Dempsey, Loyola T. Cowley, 

Francis J. Voorhies, Anthony J. Touart, 

Joseph G. Parslow, Joseph J. Harty, 

Sidney J. Bourgeois, John P. Nelson, 

Sidney B. Simon, George G. Broderick. 



67 

THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

GOOD CONDUCT 

IN THE MINIM DEPARTMENT 
(KOSTKA HALL) 

WAS MERITED BY 

Ihoffman 3U Douglas* 

DONOR: 

REV. W. A. WIKINSON, S. J., 

AUGUSTA, GA. 

PREMIUM: 
WALTER C. BYRNE. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Philip D. Beall, Gregory B. Finch, 

John E. O'Flinn, Buenaventura F. Rios. 



68 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 



BEST COMPOSITION 



IN 



MENTAL PHILOSOPHY 

WAS MERITED BY 

£dward )♦ Dwfoney* 

DONOR: 

MISS NORMA GRILLO, 
Natchez, Miss. 



69 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR THE 



BEST ENGLISH COMPOSITION 



WAS MERITED BY 

£dward !♦ IDevinncy 

NEXT IN MERIT: 

DANIEL T. HAILS, SAMUEL L. KELLY, 

ELMORE L. ANDREWS, BENJAMIN J. KERN, 

DONOR: 

VERY REV. C. T. O'CALLAGHAN, D. D., V. G. 
Mobile, Ala. 



70 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR THE 

BEST LATIN COMPOSITION 

WAS MERITED BY 

flestor ft* Uteitb 

NEXT IN MERIT: 
EDWARD J. DEVINN£Y, D. LAWRENCE AUSTIN, 

GEORGE A. LASSEIGNE, DANIEL T. HAILS. 

DONOR: 

REV. D. SAVAGE, B. D., 

MONTGOMERY, ALA. 



71 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR THE 

BEST GREEK COMPOSITION 

WAS MERITED BY 

£dward % Devinney 

NEXT IN MERIT: 

WEBSTER J. WHIPPLE, JOSEPH H. NORVILLE, 

RICHARD J. WALLACE. 

DONOR: 

DR. T. A. DUGGAN, 

New Orleans, La. 



72 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

PHYSICAL SCIENCES 

WAS MERITED BY 

James <&♦ Stopfer 

NEXT IN MERIT: 

KENNETH M. GA1ENNIE, EDWARD J. DEVINNEY, 

RICHARD J. WALLACE. 

DONOR: 

REV. THOMAS CASSIDY, 
Tuscaloosa, Ala 






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73 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS 

(FIRST GRADE) 
WAS MERITED BY 

John &♦ Doberty 

NEXT IN MERIT: 

FRANCIS A. OLIVIER, RAYMOND K. ROUNDS, 

TIMOTHY P. TOLAND. 

DONOR: 

MRS. E. SEVILLA, . 
Barcelona, Spain. 



74 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN MATHEMATICS 

(SECOND GRADE) 
WAS MERITED BY 

leo &♦ (Bfard 

NEXT IN MERIT: 

RICHARD T. O'NEIL, JOHN E. DEEGAN, 

ALBERT P. GARLAND, DRAGOS A. DIMITRY. 

DONOR: 

MR. R. A. FINCH, 
TOULMINVILLE, ALA. 



75 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN ELOCUTION 

(SENIOR SECTION) 
WAS MERITED BY 

jfrancis S. Cannon 

NEXT IN MERIT: 

JOSEPH E. BERNARD, MAURICE E. REILLY, 

PAUL R. ADAMSON. 

DONOR: 

HON. C. L. LAVRETTA, 
MOBILE, ALA. 



76 



The Gold Medal 

FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN ELOCUTION 

(JUNIOR SECTION) 
WAS MERITED BY 

Austin %. Wagner 

NEXT IN MERIT: 

FRANCIS R. REXACH, ANTHONY J. TOUART, 

GRISWOLD A. WHIPPLE. 

DONOR: 
MR. SYDNEY LOWENSTEIN, 
Mobile, Ala. 






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77 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



EXCELLENCE IN HISTORY 

WAS MERITED BY 

Ifeennetb M. ®aiennie 

NEXT IN MERIT: 

FRANCIS R. BLOUIN, DANIEL T. HAILS, 

JOHN T. DOHERTY, WEBSTER J. WHIPPLE, 

DONOR: 

MAJOR PATRICK C. HANNAN, 
MOBILE, Ala. 



78 



The Gold Medal 

FOR 

The Greatest Improvement 

IN 

PENMANSHIP 

WAS MERITED BY 

Iboffman 2L Douglas 

(Third Grammar, B., Kostka Hall.) 

NEXT IN MERIT: 

VICENTE ESCALANTE, BUENAVENTURA F. RIOS, 

(Third Commercial,) (Preparatory, Kostka Hall) 

DOUGLAS A WEEMS, ANTONIO A. GRANES, 

(Second Grammar,) (Second Commercial, B.) 

DONOR: 

REV. JOHN W. DUNN, 
Mobile, Ala. 



79 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 



Proficiency in the Use of Instrument 
in the Senior Brass Band 

WAS MERITED BY 

James <&♦ Utapier 

NEXT IN MERIT: 

MAURICE E. REILLY, JAMES J. FERNANDEZ 

GEORGE A. LASSEIGNE, DANIEL J. ORY. 

DONOR: 

DR. ANGELO FESTORAZZI, 
Mobile, Ala. 



80 



The Gold Medal 



FOR 



Proficiency in the Use of Instrument 
in the Junior Brass Band 



WAS MERITED BY 

Eawrence $♦ jfabacber 

NEXT IN MERIT: 

GEORGE G. BRODERICK, ANTHONY J. TOUART, 

JOHN J. CONWAY, EDWARD M. SHEEHAN, 

LEONARD A. VEAZEY. 

DONOR: * 

MR. WILLIAM MCDONNELL, 
MOBILE, Ala. 



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Distribution of Premiums. 



Graduating Classes 
PHILOSOPHY. 



EXCELLENCE. 

PREMIUM: 
RICHARD J. WALLACE. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

EDWARD J. DEVINNEY, FRANCIS R. BLOUIN 



SUPERIOR COMMERCIAL. 



EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
EDWARD M. OWENS. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
KENNETH M. GA1ENNIE. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

JOSEPH E. BRIGHT, ROBERT M. CAUSSE, 

WARREN I. HUNTER. 



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Classical Course. 



RHETORIC. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

PREMIUM: 

GEORGE G. BRODERICK. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

JOSEPH M. HOUNTHA, JOSEPH E. BERNARD, 

EXCELLENCE. 

PREMIUM: 
GEORGE G. BRODERICK. 
DISTINGUISHED: 
JOSEPH E. BERNARD, DANIEL T. HAILS. 



83 
LATIN. 

PREMIUM: 

GEORGE A. LASSEIGNE. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

JOSEPH M. HOUNTHA, GEORGE G. BRODERICK. 

GREEK. 

PREMIUM: 

DANIEL T. HAILS. 

Distinguished: 

JOSEPH M. HOUNTHA, GEORGE G. BRODERICK. 

ENGLISH. 

PREMIUM: 

GEORGE.A. LASSEIGNE. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

GEORGE G. BRODERICK, BENJAMIN J. KERN. 



84 
TRIGONOMETRY. 

PREMIUM: 

JOSEPH E. BERNARD. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
DANIEL T. HAILS, LOYOLA T. COWLEY 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

PREMIUM: 
DANIEL T. HAILS. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
GEORGE G. BRODERICK, BENJAMIN J. KERN. 

ELOCUTION. 

PREMIUM: 
MAURICE E. REILLY. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
GEORGE G. BRODERICK, JOSEPH E. BERNARD. 



85 

POETRY. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
John T. Doherty. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
Joseph H. Norville. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Raymond K. Rounds, Sidney A. Bonvillain, 

Joseph A. O'Leary. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Raymond K. Rounds. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
John T. Doherty. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Nestor L. Keith, Joseph H. Norville, 

Webster J. Whipple. 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
John T. Doherty. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
Webster J. Whipple. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Raymond K. Rounds, Nestor L. Keith, 

Sidney A. Bonvillain,^ 

\ex aequo. 
Joseph A. Norville, J 



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GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Raymond K. Rounds. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
John T. Doherty. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph H. Norville, Webster J. Whipple, 

Joseph A. O'Leary. 



ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
John T. Doherty. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
Francis S. Cannon. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Raymond K. Rounds, Joseph*H. Norville, 

Nestor L. Keith. 



GEOMETRY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Raymond K. Rounds. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John T. Doherty, 1 

Vex aequo. 
Nestor L. Keith. J 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Nicholas L. Vickers, Webster J. Whipple, 

Joseph H. Norville. 



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HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
John T. Doherty. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
Webster J. Whipple.- 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Raymond K. Rounds, Joseph H. Norville, 

Nestor L. Keith, 1 

>eq aequo. 

Francis S. Cannon. J 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Raymond K. Rounds. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
John T*. Doherty. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Nestor L. Keith, Joseph A. O'Leary, 

Sidney A. Bonvillain. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Francis S. Cannon. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
George J. Lange. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Webster J. Whipple, Nicholas L. Vickers, 

Joseph A. O'Leary. 



88 



FIRST GRAMMAR 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMiUM: 

Francis A. Olivier, "1 

Vex aequo. 
Sebastian M. Hiriart.J 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph P. Skelly, 1 

Vex aequo. 
D. Lawrence Austin, J 

DISTINGUISHED: 
William M. Walsh, Robert L. Levert, 

John H. Ransdell, Lester L. Bordelon. 

EXCELLENCE. 

' FIRST PREMIUM: 
Francis A. Olivier. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
Robert M. Breard. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

D. Lawrence Austin, Thomas J. Burns, 

William M. Walsh, Albert J. Danos. 



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LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Francis A. Olivier. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Robert M. Breard. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

D. Lawrence Austin, Joseph P. Skelly, 

William M. Walsh, Ermilo E. Escalante. 

GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

D. Lawrence Austin. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Robert M. Breard. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Lester L. Bordelon, Sebastian M. Hiriart, 

Francis A. Olivier, William M. Walsh. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Blewett M. Alvey. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
Robert M. Breard. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Francis A. Olivier, Sebastian M. Hiriart, 

Carey E. McMaster, D. Lawrence Austin. 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Francis A. Olivier. 
SECOND PREMIUM: 
William M. Walsh. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Thomas J. Burns, Anthony J. Vizard, 

Carey E. McMaster, D. Lawrence Austin. 



90 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Francis A. Olivier. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

William M. Walsh. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Robert M. Breard, Albert J. Danos, 

Carey E. McMaster, Thomas J. Burns. 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Francis A. Olivier. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Robert M. Breard. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Thomas J. Burns, Albert J. Danos, 

Carey E. McMaster, Ermilo E. Escalante. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Austin L. Wagner. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 
Lester L. Bordelon. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Francis A. Olivier, Ermilo E. Escalante, 

William M. Walsh, Gilbert A. LeBaron. 



91 

SECOND GRAMMAR. 



THE GOLD MEDAL 

FOR 

EXCELLENCE IN GREEK GRAMMAR 

WAS MERITED BY 

Charles 3L Olivier 

NEXT IN MERIT: 

Anthony J. Touart, Richard H. Alvey, 

Joseph T. Wagner, Sidney J. Bourgeois. 

DONOR: 

MR. J. GOLDSTEIN, 

Mobile, Ala. 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Samuel L. Kelly. 
SECOND PREMIUM: 
Anthony J. Touart. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Charles A. Olivier, T. Semmes Walmsley, 

Douglas A. Weems, John J. Conway. 

EXCELLENCE. 

First premium: 

Charles A. Olivier. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

J. Carroll Alvey. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Anthony J. Touart, John J. Conway, 

Samuel L. Kelly, Sidney J. Bourgeois. 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Charles A. Olivier. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Anthony J. Touart. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

J. Carroll Alvey, Leonard A. Veazey, 

Richard H. Alvey, Sidney J. Bourgeois, 



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GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Charles A. Olivier. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

J. Carroll Alvey. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph T.. Wagner, Richard H. Alvey, 

Anthony J. Touart, Sidney J. Bourgeois. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Samuel L. Kelly. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Charles A. Olivier. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Anthony J. Touart, John J. Conway, 

T. Semmes Walmsley, Richard H. Alvey. 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

John J. Conway. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Charles A. Olivier. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

J. Carroll Alvey, T. Semmes Walmsley, 

Samuel L. Kelly, Leonard A. Veazey. 

ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Richard T. O'Neil. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Charles A. Olivier. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

J. Carroll Alvey, Anthony J. Touart, 

Samuel L. Kelly, John J. Conway. 



93 



HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Charles A. Olivier. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Leon J. Blouin. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

J. Carroll Alvey, Leonard A. Veazey, 

Richard T. O'Neil, Samuel L. Kelly. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Anthony J. Touart. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

T. Semmes Walmsley. 

DISTINGUISHED : 
Samuel L. Kelly, Griswold A. Whipple, 

John J. Conway, John P. Nelson 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Samuel L. Kelly. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Abelardo J. Anton. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John P. Nelson, Leonard A. Veazey, . 

Richard T. O'Neil, Lawrence B. Fabacher. 



THIRD GRAMMAR. 



THE GOLD MEDAL 



FOR 

The Best Competitive Examination in the Rudiments of <** 
Latin, Greek and English Grammar 

WAS MERITED BY 

Raphael it. IBroobs 

(Third Gram. B., Kostka Hall) 

NEXT IN MERIT : 

FRANCIS J. VOORHIES, HOFFMAN A. DOUGLAS. 

(Third Gram. A.) (Third Gram. B., Kostka Hall) 

PAUL J. TURREGANO. 
(Third Gram. A.) 

DONOR : 

MR. CHARLES BRETTEL, 
Mobile, Ala. - 



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SECTION A. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Francis J. Voorhies. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Edward J. Lebeau. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph G. Zapf, Richard F. Milburn, 

Harold M. Dempsey, Paul J. Turregano. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Francis J. Voorhies. 
SECOND PREMIUM: 
Richard F. Milburn. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Paul J. Turregano, William L. Miller, 

Harold M. Dempsey, Edward J. Lebeau, 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Francis J. Voorhies. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Richard F. Milburn, 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Juan F. Anton, John L. Lavretta. 

Paul J. Turregano, William L. Miller. 

GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Francis J. Voorhies. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Richard F. Milburn. 
DISTINGUISHED: 
Paul J. Turregano, Juan F. Anton, 

William L. Miller, Maurice L. Neely. 





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ENGLISH. 






FIRST PREMIUM: 
Francis J. Voorhies. 






SECOND PREMIUM: 
Harold M. Dempsey. 




Richard F. 


DISTINGUISHED: 
Milburn, Paul J. 


Turregano, 


Maurice L. 


Neely, Edward J. Lebeau. 




ARITHMETIC. 


■ 




FIRST PREMIUM: 
Francis J. Voorhies. 






SECOND PREMIUM: 
Harold M. Dempsey. 




DISTINGUISHED: 
William J. Thompson, Richard H. Keen, 
Paul J. Turregano, John E. Carbery. 




HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 





FIRST PREMIUM: 
Richard F. Milburn. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Paul J. Turregano. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Francis J. Voorhies, John E. Carbery, 

Edward J. Lebeau, Richard H. Keen. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

John A. McAfee. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

William L. Miller. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
John L. Lavretta, Richard H. Keen, 

Ferdinand Hollander, Lamy F. Benoist. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Juan F. Anton. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Harold M. Dempsey. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Lamy F. Benoist, John L. Lavretta, 

Richard F. Milburn, Joseph G Zapf. 



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THIRD GRAMMAR. 



SECTION B„ KOSTKA HALL. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM. 

Hoffman A. Douglas. 

SECOND PREMIUM. 

Philip D. Beall. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Raphael M. Brooks, Gregory B. Finch, 

JohnE. OTlinn. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Hoffman A. Dbuglas 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Raphael M. Brooks. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Philip D. Beall, Gregory B. Finch, 

Richard D. McMahon. 

LATIN. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Hoffman A. Douglas. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Raphael M. Brooks. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Gregory B. Finch, Philip D. Beall, 

Richard D. McMahon. 

GREEK. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Raphael M. Brooks. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Philip D. Beall. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Hoffman A. Douglas, Gregory B. Finch, 

John E. O'Flinn. 



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ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Philip D. Beall. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Gregory B. Finch. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Raphael M. Brooks, Hoffman A. Douglas, 

Richard D. McMahon. 

ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PRE MIUM: 

Philip D. Beall. . 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Richard D. McMahon. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Gregory B. Finch, Raphael M. Brooks, 

Thomas W. Shepard. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Philip D. Beall. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Hoffman A. Douglas. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Gregory B. Finch, Richard D. McMahon, 

Thomas W. Shepard. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

George J. Batchelder. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Philip D. Beall. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John E. O'Flinn, Thomas W. Shepard, 

Hoffman A. Douglas. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 



Leopold F. Anton. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Edward R. Miller. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Alfred M. Leborgne, John E. O'Flinn, 

Thomas W. Shepard. 



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Commercial Course 



FIRST COMMERCIAL. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Oscar J Reynaud. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John Tobin. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph L. Hamel, 

Timothy P. Toland. 



Frederic W. Miller, 



EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Joseph L. Hamel. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
Timothy P. Toland. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Frederic W. Miller, 

Joseph J. Harty. 



John Tobin, 



Joseph L. Hamel, 



ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Timothy P. Toland. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
Joseph J. Harty. 
DISTINGUISHED: 

John Tobin. 



George S. Brent, 






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GEOMETRY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joseph L. Hamel. 
SECOND PREMIUM: 
Frederic W. Miller. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Secundino Escalante, Joseph J. Harty, 

Timothy P. Toland. 

NATURAL PHILOSOPHY AND CHEMISTRY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Frederic W. Miller. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph L. Hamel. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Secundino Escalante, Joseph J. Harty, 

Timothy P. Toland. 

ARITHMETIC AND ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joseph J. Harty. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Frederic W. Miller. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Secundino Escalante, Timothy P. Toland, 

Joseph L. Hamel. 



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HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joseph L. Hamel. 
SECOND PREMIUM: 
Timothy P. Toland. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John Tobin, Secundino Escalante, 

Frederic W. Miller. 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Timothy P. Toland, 
Joseph 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John Tobin. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph J. Harty, Secundino Escalante, 

Lucian R. Walsh. 



y P. Toland,'] 

Vex cequo, 
L. Hamel, J 



ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

John Tobin. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

George S. Brent. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Alphonse J. Zieman, Timothy P. Toland, 

Joseph L. Hamel. 



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SECOND COMMERCIAL 



Section A. 



CHEISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Joseph G. Parslow. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
Cecil G. Corbin. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Albert P. Garland, Thomas M. Maxent, 

Edward M. Sheehan. * 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Albert P. Garland. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Sidney B. Simon. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph G. Parslow, Thomas J. O'Connor, 

James D. Bordages. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
John E. Deegan. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Leon W. Daniel. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Cecil G, Corbin, Albert P. Garland, 

Joseph G. Parslow. 



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BOOK-KEEPING. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Leon W. Daniel. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

William M. Gardiner, "| 

Vex aequo. 
Leo A. Giard. J 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Lucian E. Beeche, John A. Kennedy, 

John E. Deegan. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM. 
Joseph G. Parslow. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
Thomas M Maxent. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Dracos A. Dimitry, Thomas J. O'Connor, 

Sidney B. Simon. 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Joseph G. Parslow. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 
Cecil G. Corbin. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Albert P. Garland, Sidney B. Simon, 

Thomas J. O'Connor,"! 

V ex aequo. 
Henry J. Rapier, J 



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ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Francis R. Rexach. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

John A. Kennedy. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Henry J. Rapier, John J. Valentino, 

Lucian E. Beeche. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
John A. Kennedy. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Lucian E. Beeche. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Dracos A. Dimitry, Sidney B. Simon, 

John J. Valentino. 



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SECOND COMMERCIAL. 



SECTION B. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Leonce J. Jumonville. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Thomas J. Kelly. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph E. Wall, Anthony H. Rougon. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joseph E. Wall. 

SECOND PREMIUM. 

Sidney J. Sturdivant. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Anthony H. Rougon, Leonce J. Jumonville. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Joseph E. Wall. 
SECOND PREMIUM: 
James J. Dupas. 
DISTINGUISHED: 
Thomas J. Kelly, Duggan A. Neely. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Antonio A. Granes. 
SECOND PREMIUM: 
Anthony H. Rougon, 1 

Vex aequo. 
Leonce J. Jumonville, J 

DISTINGUISHED : 
Joseph E. Wall, John J. Brown. 



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ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM. 

Joseph E. Wall. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Sidney J Sturdivant. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Thomas J. Kelly, Anthony H. Rougon. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Joseph E. Wall. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Anthony H. Rougon. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Thomas J. Kelly, Joseph V. Olivier. 

SPELLING. 

FIRST PREMIUM; 

Joseph V. Olivier. 

SECOND PREMIUM: . 

Joseph E. Wall. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John J. Brown, Leonce J. Jumonville. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Anthony H. Rougon. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Armando L. Cardenas. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John J. Brown, Sidney J. Sturdivant. 



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THIRD COMMERCIAL. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

John E. Toomey. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Desire J. Duconuce. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Henry W. Garland, Oswell P. Patout 

John P. Walsh, Estanislas Moreda. 

EXCELLENCE. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

John E. Toomey. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Henry W. Garland. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John P. Walsh, Oswell P. Patout, 

Louis A. Valentino, Estanislas Moreda. 

ENGLISH. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Henry W. Garland. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Louis A. Valentino, 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John P. Walsh, Desire J. Duconuce, 

John E. Toomey, Estanislas Moreda. 

ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Estanislas Moreda. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Raphael J. Beeche. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John E. Toomey, /'■ Oswell P. Patout, 

Henry W. Garland, Desire J. Duconuce. 



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HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Henry W. Garland. 

SECOND PREMIUM : 

Estanislas Moreda. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John P. Walsh, John E. Toomey, 

Desire J. Duconuce, Louis A. Valentino. 

ELOCUTION. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Lawrence W. O'Connor. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Louis A. Valentino. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Oswell P, Patout, Martin J. DeGravelle, 

John E. Toomey, John P. Walsh. 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 
Alfonso L. Novelo. 
SECOND PREMIUM : 
Desire J. Duconuce. 
DISTINGUISHED : 
Raphael J. Beeche, Clifford J. Bordelon, 

Juan Moreda, Oswell P. Patout. 

SPELLING. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 

Clifford J. Bordelon. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

John P. Walsh. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Alfonso L. Novelo, Desire J. Duconuce, 

John E. Toomey, ArturoPeon. 



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PREPARATORY 



KOSTKA HALL. 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

PREMIUM: 

Luke A. Faget. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Walter C. Byrne, Buenaventura F. Rios, 

EXCELLENCE. 

PREMIUM: 

Walter C. Byrne. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Luke A Faget, Buenaventura F. Rios. 

ENGLISH GRAMMAR. 

PREMIUM: 

Luke A. Faget. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Walter C. Byrne, Buenaventura F. Rios. 

HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

PREMIUM: 

Luke A. Faget. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Walter C. Byrne, Buenaventura F. Rios. 

ARITHMETIC. 

PREMIUM: 

Walter C. Byrne. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Luke A. Faget, Buenaventura F. Rios. 



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ELOCUTION. 

PREMIUM: 
Buenaventura F. Rios. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Luke A. Faget, Robert Salazar. 

SPELLING. 

PREMIUM: 

Walter C. Byrne. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Claude W. Henderson, Luke A. Faget. 

PENMANSHIP. 

PREMIUM: 

Buenaventura F. Rios. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Luke A. Faget. Claude W. Henderson. 



Ill 



JVIodern Languages 



FRENCH. 



FIRST CLASS. 



PREMIUM: 
George A. Lasseigne. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Anthony H. Rougon, James J. Dupas. 

SECOND CLASS. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Charles A. Olivier. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Joseph H. Norville. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Albert J. Danos, Webster J. Whipple, 

Anthony J. Touart. 

THIRD CLASS. 

PREMIUM: 

Albert P. Garland. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Henry W. Garland, Dracos A. Dimitry. 



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GERMAN. 



PREMIUM: 
John T. Doherty. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Daniel J. Ory, Leo A. Giard 



SPANISH. 



FIRST CLASS. 



PREMIUM: 

Francesco R. Rexach. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Abelardo J. Anton, Armando L. Cardenas. 

SECOND CLASS. 

PREMIUM; 

Oscar J. Reynaud. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph M. Hountha, Thomas J. Burns. 

THIRD CLASS. 

FIRST PREMIUM: 
Gilbert A. LeBaron. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Leon W. Daniel. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph L. Hamel, Thomas M. Maxent, 

Albert P. Garland. . 



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DRAWING. 



ARCHITECTURAL. 

PREMIUM: 

Blewett M. Alvey. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Joseph J. Harty, Maurice E. Reilly. 

MECHANICAL. 

PREMIUM: 

Ermilo E. Escalante. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Douglas A. Weems, Carey E. McMaster, 

Nestor L. Keith. 

ORNAMENTAL. 

PREMIUM: 

John E. Deegan. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Joseph F. Salazar, George J. Batchelder. 

ENGINEERING. 

PREMIUM: 

Raymond K. Rounds. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Francis R. Rexach. 



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MUSIC 



PIANO. 

DIVISION A. 

PREMIUM: 

James J. Fernandez. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

John E. Hooper, Charles H. Smokey, 

Maurice E. Reilly, Alphonse J. Comeaux. 

DIVISION B. 

PREMIUM: 

Sidney B. Simon. 

DISTINGUISHED: 
Leonard A. Veazey, Edward M. Sheehan, 

Louis E. Clark, Nicholas L. Vickers, 

Arturo Peon, John L. Lavretta. 

VIOLIN. 

DIVISION A. 

PREMIUM : 

Joseph M. Hountha. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Thomas J. Burns, George J. Lange, 

Ermilo E. Escalante, Lucian E. Beeche. 

DIVISION B. 

PREMIUM: 

Anthony J. Touart. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

John E. Toomey, John H. Ransdell, 

Vicente Escalante, John J. Conway. 






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FLUTE. 

PREMIUM: 

Hinton A. Touart. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Daniel J. Ory, Albert P. Garland, 

George A. Lasseigne, Eduardo Valdez, 

John E. Deegan. 

CORNET. 

DIVISION A. 

PREMIUM : 

Nestor L. Keith. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

James G. Rapier, Lawrence B. Fabacher, 

George A. Lasseigne, Henry G. Rapier, 

Secundino Escalante. 

DIVISION B. 

PREMIUM: 

John L. Lavretta. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Richard F. Milburn, Richard T. O'Neil, 

Raphael J. Beeche. 

MANDOLIN. 

PREMIUM : 
James G. Rapier. 
DISTINGUISHED : 

Henry I. Burguieres, Lawrence B. Fabacher, 

Henry J. Rapier, Patout C. Burguieres, 

Secundino Escalante. 

CLARINET. 

PREMIUM: 
John A. Kennedy. 



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STENOGRAPHY. 

PREMIUM: 

Albert P. Garland. 

DISTINGUISHED: 

Lucian E. Beeche, Henry W. Garland, 

Peter E. Neely. 

TYPEWRITING. 
SECTION A. 

PREMIUM : 

Sidney J. Bourgeois. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Hinton A. Touart, Joseph A. O'Leary. 

SECTION B. 

FIRST PREMIUM : 

Peter E. Neely. 

SECOND PREMIUM: 

Armando L. Cardenas. 

DISTINGUISHED : 

Leonard A. Veazey, Richard H. Alvey, 

Vicente Escalante, James D. Bondages. 




LAKE. 




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Pvztniixtns 



FOR 



FOUR OR MORE DISTINCTIONS. 



JOSEPH A. O'LEARY. 
ALBERT J. DANOS. 
CAREY E. MCMASTER. 
THOMAS J. BURNS. 
RICHARD H. ALVEY, 
LEONARD A.VEAZEY. 
JOHN E. O'FLINN. 
THOMAS W. SHEPARD. 
SECUNDINO ESCALANTE. 
THOMAS J. O'CONNOR. 
DRACOS A. DIMITRY. 
HENRY J. RAPIER. 
OSWELL P. PATOUT. 



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Acknowledgments. 



THE PRESIDENT AND FACULTY WISH TO EX- 
PRESS THEIR GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT 
TO THE FOLLOWING PERSONS FOR DO- 
NATIONS TO THE COLLEGE: 

MR. AND MRS. E. SEVILLA, Barcelona, Spain. 

MR. AND MRS. J. H. KEARNS, Lebanon, Ky. 

Very Rev. W. POWER, S. J. 

REV. E. J. BERNARD, S. J. 

REV. THEOPHILE DeBEURME, S. J. 

REV. THOMAS SLEVIN, S. J. 

REV. THOMAS D. MADDEN, S. J., Selma, Ala. 

REV. J. ROGUET, Royville, La. 

REV. C. WIDMAN, S. J., New Orleans, La. 

REV. J. OBERHOLZER, S. J. 

MAJOR P. C. HANNAN, Mobile, Ala. 

PROF. PAUL C. BOUDOUSQUIE, Mobile, Ala. . 

DR. WILLIAM MASTIN, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. J. BUCKLEY, S. J., St. Louis, Mo. 

MESSRS. W. and J. RYAN, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. AND MRS. M. V1CKERS, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. H. GARDINER, New Orleans, La. 

MR. AND MRS. L. FABACHER, New Orleans, La. 

MR. BENEMEL1S, Mobile, Ala. 

MR. VINE, Spring Hill, Ala. 

MR. L. STEIN, Spring Hill, Ala. 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE. 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

DONORS OF MEDALS. 

CONTRIBUTORS TO ALUMNI HALL. 






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